Strip, TrafFix Alert High Speed, Black, 11’ × 1’, 150 lbs.
TrafFix Alert High Speed Strip is 11‘ long × 1‘ wide × ¾“ tall, weighs 150lbs., and consists of 40 pressure cast steel & aluminum segments (black) with high traction urethane treads connected with marine grade galvanized steel cables with stainless steel spacers between each segement.
The TrafFix Alert High Speed is designed for roadways with speed limits of 70 mph (113 kph) and provides increased driver awareness of upcoming changes in road conditions with sight, sound, and sensation. Insignificant movement at high speeds, is highly visible on concrete and asphalt, and is safe for all vehicle types, including motorcycles.
The TrafFix Alert High Speed Rumble Strip provides increased driver awareness of upcoming changes in road conditions with sight, sound, and sensation. Safe for both low and high speed roads as well as all vehicle types, including motorcycles.
The TrafFix Alert High Speed Rumble Strip is comprised of 20 pressure cast steel and aluminum Segments, tapered on leading and trailing edges. Each Segment has a treaded urethane bottom for increased traction on road surfaces, even in wet weather. Segments are connected via two (2) marine grade galvanized steel cables with stainless steel spacers separating each Segment. Section Segments alternate between Black (steel) and Silver (aluminum) for increased visibility on both asphalt and concrete road surfaces. Each TrafFix Alert High Speed Section is designed with a handle on one end for easy maneuvering and deployment, and a jigsaw connection on the other which allows two (2) Sections to be connected to form a Strip. A single Strip is long enough to span the width of the average road lane. A Set of TrafFix Alert High Speed is comprised of three (3) Strips, or six (6) Sections.
It is recommended to lay out a Set of TrafFix Alert High Speed on the roadway preceding the work zone to alert potentially distracted drivers to the upcoming construction work zone, or a change in traffic conditions. The placement and spacing of work zone rumble strips is determined by local road authorities.
Emergency Traffic Control ♦ Flagger Operations ♦ Pilot Car Operations ♦ Road & Highway Maintenance ♦ Temporary Checkpoints ♦ Temporary Lane Closures/Shifts