Resources

For all to enjoy! We’ve curated some of our best and most favorite tidbits, insights and tutorials on the OTW product line. When it comes to barricades, we’re here to make your life easier. You’ll find we know more about plastic barricades than we’ll admit on a first date.

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We design and build safety barricades for a wide variety of commercial applications.

Learn about the differences

Need to supplement airport-specific training for construction personnel?

Check out this powerpoint

In October 2012, OSHA issued a new compliance directive – CPL_02-01-052.

Is your site compliant?

WHY WE CALL OUR AIRPORT BARRICADES “PREMIER”

There are a lot of companies out there selling plastic barricades, so what makes OTW barricades the best choice? I’m glad you asked! The AR10x96 was designed to exceed FAA requirements and the design features are unrivaled by competitor barricades.

Engineering the AR10x96

Our founder invented the low profile airport construction barricade and brought the product into popular use. We’ve been producing a version of the low-pro barricade for over 20 years, which is why it’s the most widely used!

INVENTING THE LOW PROFILE BARRICADES

OTW BARRICADES IN THE WILD

We serve a variety of industries but all of our customers share one thing in common. They want the best barricades! When it comes to crowd control people can’t get enough of the Billboard Barricade. Once they have a few they just need more! We understand though. It’s hard to compare between metal barricades and our colorful alternative – not only do they look so much better they are actually easier to set up and store.

Check out some of the  Stadiums and Arenas using our crowd control barricade or some of the Zoos and Theme Parks.

Still not convinced? Alright, I’ll tell you about one of the coolest customers ever – NASA! Yes, NASA uses our yellow crowd control barriers. NASA knows!

The Barricade of Choice

WE’VE GOT A DRAWING FOR THAT

Interested in specifying OTW products in your next set of plans?

Request a DWG file from our engineering dept.

STENCILING ON PLASTIC BARRICADES

Have you ever tried to spray paint on HDPE? Let me tell you, it’s not that easy but it is possible! A fair number of our customers have asked about how to spray paint on their plastic barricades so we came up with a tutorial. You’re welcome!

You Will Need

Acetone, 80-120 grit all-purpose sand paper (we recommend using an electric sander), spray paint, Rust-Oleum Ultra Cover Paint and Primer (look for “plastic use” specific paint!), rags, and a stencil (3” tall or greater numbers/letters work great).

Show me the stenciling tutorial