Belt Cassette for Cone Barricade System, Black/Yellow

SKU: FG6287L10000

Link floor cones together to create a barricade system when areas need to be blocked off.

  • Works with RCP Floor Cones
  • Expands up to 7 feet

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The Rubbermaid Commercial Belt Cassette links floor cones together to create a barricade system when areas need to be blocked off. It can be used with RCP Floor Cones and expand up to 7 feet.

Features and Benefits:

  • Works with RCP Floor Cones
  • Expands up to 7 feet

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length12.25 in
Product Width12.25 in
Product Height39.75 in
Product Weight27.20 lb
Upc00086876211351
Case Pack Length2.75 in6.98 cm
Case Pack Width2.75 in6.98 cm
Case Pack Height4.51 in11.46 cm
Case Pack Weight0.88 lb0.40 kg
Case Pack Quantity1
Ucc100836513007201
Packaging Length2.80 in
Packaging Width2.80 in
Packaging Height4.50 in
Packaging Weight0.88 lb
ColorBlack
Material TypeVarious
Country of OriginUSA

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