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Jersey Style Concrete Barrier Block 12ft Per Each
Jersey Style Concrete Barrier Block 12ft Per Each - Flood Control Materials
Jersey Style Concrete Barrier Block 12ft


 
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$34.99 will be added for each palletized or bagged material
Price Per Block $360.00
Material Type: Cement Block
Level Of Experience Required: No experience needed for excellent results.
Typical Time Required: Man Hours will vary according to volume of stone purchased, design and specifications.


Availability:: Usually Ships in 24 to 48 Hours
Product Code: 331917FCSXJS12FT
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Jersey Style Concrete Barrier Block 12ft - Price Per Each
The jersey barrier also known as K-Rail Barrier is famous in California. Jersey barriers are used in various settings, including highway use, perimeter security, outlining pathways, and restricting access points.
Although the K-rail barrier originated in California, the state of New Jersey enhanced and modified the original design which is now known as jersey barriers. Currently, the Pacific region, including California, is where k-rail barrier walls are most frequently used.

Product Specifications and Uses
  • Common lengths include 5 feet, 10 feet, or 20 feet. 24" wide by 32" tall.
  • Since the 1960s, K-rails have been in use, but over time, there have been made a lot of changes in them, including an increase in the height profile. They are now widely recognized as a better option for construction zones on public roadways and lane separation.
  • For fence line protection, they are a popular and cost-efficient option.
  • Concrete K-Rails can be moved with forklift slots (drainage slots) or the lifting hole in the middle. They are strong, reinforced with rebar, and long-lasting.

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