CC42x96

The Billboard Barricade 
Flat Stacking Revenue Generating Device


 

Specifications:

CC42x96
42″H x96″L x2.5″W
33 lbs. .125″ thick wall
Available in green, yellow, and red.
Patent #6,676,113; Patent #7,540,682 B1; Patent #D599,488

Useful Life:
Minimum 8 years on Average

Download our PDF spec sheets:
CC42x96 Specs
CC42x96 Endorsement

OTW Safety’s Crowd Control Barricade – The Billboard Barricade 
Flat Stacking Revenue Generating Device

OTW Safety’s crowd control barricades have many terrific features, including their ability to display revenue generating graphics and signage on brightly colored backgrounds. This display area can be used to generate revenue for your organization! What is the ROI of your current crowd control devices? The display is 36″ W x 28.5″ H. Signs with logos, sponsorship messaging, and directions can be displayed. The possibilities are virtually unlimited. They were also the Rocky Mountain Festivals and Events Association 2001 Innovator Award Best New Product.

Easy Setup, Easy Storage

Our barricade is easy to set up and for storage the patented rotating foot allows the barricade to be stored in a flat pack on a skid, and also allows for adjustment on uneven surfaces! Pretty cool, huh? The foot is physically attached to the barricade and cannot be misplaced. 
Inserting flying flags or banners is quick and easy, simply insert your choice of stanchion into the barricade’s extra attachment hole. Attach your flag or banner and you’re done!

Ballast Up for Additional Stability and Weight

Although the CC42×96 is very stable as is, these barricades can be ballasted with up to 3 gallons of water (outdoor use) for additional weight and stability, adding approximately 25 lbs of weight. If there is still concern over wind, the barricades can be set at a slight angle in a zigzag formation, or a 3rd barricade may be added at intervals for additional stability. In addition, if on unpaved surfaces, a post can be driven through the auxiliary hole into the ground to provide a highly secure fence. If you need even more security, a hold can be drilled in the pin from top to bottom, and a bolt can be inserted through the pin and the barricade can be locked with a nut to prevent disconnection by hooligans! We made this up as a few of us are currently hooligans!

Please see our videos below for instructions on utilizing these features. When you are ready to leave the site, you should see the CC42x96 in the movie Peloton. Show the cool guys some love and Visit The Site Here. It’s a feature film about cycling written and directed by John Lawrence.

What Does Your Barricade’s Carbon Footprint Look Like?

Plastic barricades made from recycled plastic carry a much smaller carbon footprint than its clunky predecessor, the steel barricade.  When your steel barricade is manufactured it goes through a process called galvanization. The galvanization process has been linked worldwide to environmental hazards.  Although controls have been put in place in most modernized countries to curb this effect, those controls cost money to the supplier – so if you find a low priced steel barricade most likely it is galvanized somewhere the controls are not implemented because low price of galvanized steel and environmentally responsible galvanization of steel are generally opposites.  
One of the main issues with galvanization is the waste water runoff.  During the galvanizing process, steel undergoes a pickling process. The pickling process involves immersing product material through a series of tanks to clean and prepare the material prior to immersion in a molten zinc bath.  Two major sources of wastewater are generated from the galvanizing process: waste acid and acidic rinse water.  Waste acid is generated as a result of a buildup of iron and other impurities in the acid which greatly reduces its effectiveness for pickling.  The acid must be disposed of properly which takes up landfill space and if it is not disposed of properly it causes environmental damage.  Acid rinse waters from the galvanizing process are acidic and contain low metals.  This water is in the same situation as the acid; even if disposed of to a treatment plant still produces a sludge that has to be deposited in landfills.  Lastly, zinc is used in the galvanization process. Zinc processing produces air emissions and solid waste emissions.  The emissions include articulates, zinc fumes, volatile metals, flux fumes and smoke, rubber, plastics and zinc scrap.
When our plastic barricade is produced we use all of the plastic and if there is excess material that is not used it is melted and becomes part of the next barricade.  In the production of plastic barricades there are no acids, harmful fumes or substances associated in the birth of our plastic barricades.  When the life of the barricade is over you can melt the barricade down to be used for other recycled plastic items.  Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle!

In addition to the environmental benefits associated with buying a green product, the plastic barricades will not bend or rust. They are also much safety and won’t cause painful foot, ankle, and finger injuries.

Are Your Barricades Beat Up?

If your barricades are beat up and broken, or stored in an unsightly pack, consider the advantages of easy-to-store, heavy duty plastic barricades. You’ll be glad for the upgrade. And you can make money with advertising on the sign panels!


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Videos:

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Customers:

Just a Bit of Love from a Happy Customer:

“We did find unexpected bonuses come with these great barricades. Not only are they attractive, they are designed to hold sponsor signs and are so popular with our sponsors that the number of signs that they get is a major point of negotiation.
Also, on special days we have inserted U.S. flags into them to celebrate the day. This has become so popular with the public that next season we will add 50% Alaska flags and display them every day of our thirty-six day market/festival season.”

– William F. Webb, Anchorage Market & Festival

“I would like to comment on the Barricades. We Loved them. Very easy to move around and lightweight. We even used the Advertising area. All in all, we had a great time with them.”

– Via e-mail from David Leonard, National Western Complex, Denver, CO

A Higher Bounce
Adventech Manufacturing
Adventure Aquarium
Anchorage Markets
APOCG Supply
Argo American
Arkansas Tech
Army NAF Contracting SER
Baylor University – Athletics
Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum
Bounce Magic
Britten, Inc
Carolan Meek
City of Albany
City of East Cleveland
City of Hartford
City of Palmdale
City of Tavares
Clownin’ Around Amusment Rentals
Coppin State University
County of Bergen
Crapule Et Malcommode
Dallas Zoological Society
Disc-Connected K9′s
Discount Window Company
Dry Gulch, USA
EuroBungy International
Evergreen Services
Fallbrook Church
Federal Equipment Company (FEMCO)
Fort Smith Convention Center
Franklin Marketing
Fun City
GH Skates Ltd (Extreme Park)
Great Plains Zoo
Hernando County Fair Association
Highland Products
Highland Products
Hudson Safe-T-Lite
Intersect
Jus Fun Amusements
Kangaroo Zoo
Kart Kountry
Kay Park Recreation
Kent State University
L’Oréal USA
Lee Civic Center
Magical Minks Entertainment
Majestic Pines Casino
MCCS
Michigan’s Adventure
Mike’s Xtra Stuff
MS Unlimited Inc.
Napa Valley Expo
National Barricade
National Western Stock Show Association
Neshaminy Shore Picnic Park
Nether World
New Heights
Northwest Missouri State Univsersity
Palouse Tavern Act II
Peachtree Rides
Phoenix Security Convention
Public Development Association
Rental World
Rieth-Riley Construction Co
Salt Lake International Airport
Santa Ana Police Department
Sherwin Industries, Inc.
Signature Fencing LLC
Sioux Falls Schools
Sonco Worldwide Inc
Stearley Heights Elementary School
Tables & Tents Depot
Tamis Corporation
TAPCO
The Traffic Safety Store
Thunder Road of Sioux Falls
Thunder Valley Casino
Tooele County Corp.
Towson University
United Eagles & Co
Universal Safety Response
University of South Alabama
US Air Force – Kadena
US Air Force – Moody
US Air Force – Ramstein AFB
US Air Force Academy – Colorado Springs
US Air Force Reserve – Dobbins
US Dept. of Veterans Affairs – LA
US Marine Corp – Camp Lejeune
US Naval Health Clinic
US Navy – Guantanamo
Volvo Rents DC
Western Safety Products
Woodland Park


Government Sales

Andrew Bergholz
Title: Vice President of Sales
TAPCO (Traffic & Parking Control Co., Inc.)
Email: andrew@tapconet.com
GSA Contract: #GS-07F-5924R
Direct Phone: 262-814-7338