What are the Differences Between Guardrail and Barrier Wall Delineators?

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Apr
What are the Differences Between Guardrail and Barrier Wall Delineators?

Barrier wall delineators provide guidance at night and in adverse weather conditions. In low light conditions guardrails can practically disappear causing hazardous driving conditions. Guardrail and barrier wall delineators mounted in a close manner provide a continuous ribbon of reflectivity.  Statistics show that 50% of all fatal accidents occur at night. Adding bright delineation to the guardrails and barrier walls reduces accidents and prevents injuries.

GUARDRAIL MOUNTED REFLECTORS

Guardrail ProtectorsGuardrail Mounted Reflectors (shown on the right) can be applied to W-beam guardrails, box beam guardrails, wood guardrail posts, I-beam guardrail posts, bridge approaches, hills, curves, off-ramps and wrong way areas. In choosing your reflectors, which areavailable in white or yellow, the barrier wall delineator should be the same color as the roadway edge lines. They are available by the each or in boxes of 200 for quantity discounts.

BARRIER WALL DELINEATORS

Barrier Wall Delineators Barrier Wall Delineators (shown on the right) can be applied to delineate temporary concrete barriers, permanent concrete barrier walls, concrete bridge parapets and used on top of wooden guardrail posts. Pre-drilled holes make installation quick and easy. They are available by the each or in boxes of 100 for quantity discounts.

Transline stocks the two barrier wall and guardrail delineators that are approved on the Texas Department of Transportation Qualified Product List.