How many types of Barrication are there?
- Jersey barriers.
- Traffic barrels.
- Traffic Cones.
- A-frame barricades.
- Safety signs.
Moreover, how many types of barricade are there?
There are generally three types of barricades (I, II, and III) and they should be frangible (see Figure 1). The Type III barricades are recommended for use as a roadblock and around heavy equipment; the other types are used for all other purposes.
Additionally, what is a Type 1 barricade? Traffic barricade. The A-frame barricade or parade barricade resembles a sawhorse with a brightly painted top rail. The Type I (or II) barricade also known as a waffle-board barricade resembles a sawhorse that can be folded flat. Type I indicates sheeting on top; Type II has sheeting on top and bottom.
Likewise, people ask, what is a Type 3 barricade?
Type 3 Barricade Use: Type III Barricades are larger than Type 2 or Type 1 and have three reflective panels. Type 3 barricades are most often used for road closings because of their bigger size and visibility. They are positioned across roadways for detours, road closing and other types of traffic control.
What is a Type 2 barricade?
Type II barricades come in two sizes, either 24" or 36" wide with extruded or fluted plastic panels from 8" to 12". Panels can be covered with 3M™ Diamond Grade, High Intensity Prismatic, or Engineer Grade Prismatic sheeting on one or both sides of the barricade with a left or right slant pattern.