Lindsay water-filled crash cushions made for fast, straightforward set up
Lindsay Company says its new Soak up-M water-filled crash cushion system is designed for “fast deployment and retrieval” and can be utilized in slim areas with restricted highway and work house.
The 21-foot-long, 24-inch-wide non-redirective security cushions don’t require a basis or anchors for set up, can be utilized on most highway surfaces and adapt to most everlasting or moveable obstacles, the corporate says.
“At 21 ft, the Soak up-M is the shortest size in its class for (MASH) TL-3 (requirements), which is a large profit for contractors who need easy and environment friendly deployment and elimination,” says Scott Marion, Lindsay president of infrastructure.
Every barrier within the system has entry factors for forklifts and has interchangeable and stackable components for lowering stock prices and for fast, straightforward set up, the corporate says.
For extra on crash cushions and different roadwork security units, see our latest report “Behind the Skinny Orange Line”.