These Highwayman cones
are probably the most common cones you will see, usually found around city and town centres or roads when construction work is underway.
The smaller cones are used more for car parks similar to the No Waiting Cones
and the medium and larger cones are used on dual carriageways and motorways so they are seen earlier when people are travelling at higher speeds than normal.
No Waiting Cones
No waiting cones
are ideal for businesses that have premises along a road or pavement area, especially if parked cars can cause blocked access or put off customers.
They can also be used for reserving parking spaces in business car parks as well as special events where parking can sometimes become an issue.
You can tell it’s a no waiting cone by its distinctive shape and colour, designed to stand out and withstand harsh environments and weather.
These lightweight cones
are primarily used for leisure or sports activities; you will usually find schools using these for marking or warning of a spillage/wet floor.
They are extremely lightweight can come in an array of colours.
There have been some alternative uses for these cones, and we have seen plenty used for various art projects along the way.
Reflective Barrier and Cone
OK so I may be cheating a bit when I call this a type of cone, however the reflective barrier plank and cone system
uses cones which are very much like the highwaymen cones and you can create safety barriers with them.
This kind of versatility is why the reflective barrier set is so popular.
The cones come with slots at the bottom of the base so you can easily slide in the barriers for the top of the cone you have the 3 way adaptor.
Greta if you need to warn people of a an open man hole or small construction area which is commonplace in city and town centres up and down the country.
So whatever your need, traffic cones are a versatile and cost effective solution.