Cable Barrier Delineators

Model# Cable Barrier Delineators

Shur-Tite cable barrier delineators are easy to install, adding height and visibility to existing cable barriers.
Post Diameter2.375”
CertificationsMASH Category 1 Traffic Control Device MUTCD Compliant
Sheeting ColorYellow
MaterialHigh-Density Thermoplastic
InstallationFlange Bracket or Self-Tapping Screws
Limited Stock
$999 00/ ea
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Shur-Tite Cable Barrier Delineators

Research shows that cable barriers are an effective way to prevent cross-median fatalities in collisions. Go the extra mile in preventing serious injury with Shur-Tite cable barrier delineators.

They add additional height and visibility to cable barriers, making them stand out in low-light and nighttime conditions.  




Strong and Versatile


Made from post-consumer
recycled materials

All hardware included

Choice of eight
fade-resistant colors

Customize with
reflective sheeting

Choice of two
standard heights

MUTCD compliant

MASH approved



Impact-Resistant, High Visibility, & Easy to Install

Shur-Tite mounts easily to posts with flange-bracket or self-tapping screws. Each unit contains a flattened area to apply 3” x 3” to 3” x 12” reflective sheeting. Designed with tough weather, heavy traffic, and potential impact in mind.





Working in cold weather? No worries, the “shortie” was designed to accommodate the passing of snowplows.






Traffic Safety Compliance Saves Lives. SONCO Can Help

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), 2020 marked a 16-year high in work-zone crashes. The year saw 102,000 accidents, which claimed the lives of 857 people and injured an additional 44,240. For highway managers and road construction teams, safety protocols and risk mitigation are full-time jobs.


Road Safety Equipment Minimizes Traffic Hazards

With SONCO road safety equipment, you can act fast when threats arise. With our help, contractors and law enforcement officers set up high-visibility signage and construction barricades that slow or redirect traffic around obstacles.




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