The TrafFix Devices "Big Sandy" is an Impact Attenuator Sand Barrel that is manufactured from UV stabilized high density polyethylene. The Big Sandy sand barrel has been tested and certified to meet the crash worthy requirements of NCHRP 350.
The Compressor Attenuator is a re-directive, non-gating, bi-directional, and self-recovering attenuator that has been specifically designed to take repeated impacts without the need for additional recovery procedures, labor, or repairs.
The Scorpion II TL-3 Trailer Attenuator from TrafFix Devices is the world's first MASH Tested, Passed, and Eligible Trailer Attenuator. The Scorpion II Trailer Attenuator attaches to a truck and requires little to no modification of the host vehicle.
The Scorpion II TMA from TrafFix Devices is the world's first MASH Tested, Passed, and Eligible Truck Mounted Attenuator. The Scorpion II Truck Mounted Attenuator is hydraulically powered and is ideal for stationary and mobile construction zones.
The Scorpion TL-3 Trailer Attenuator attaches to a truck and requires little to no modification of the host vehicle. The Scorpion TA has been NCHRP-350 tested and accepted for all mandatory and optional offset and angled impacts on unrestrained host vehicles.
The Scorpion Truck Mounted Attenuator is hydraulically powered and is ideal for stationary and mobile construction zones. The Scorpion TMA has been tested and PASSED ALL optional and mandatory requirements suggested in the NCHRP-350 TL-3.
The Sentry Longitudinal Energy Dissipater (SLED) is a narrow, non-redirective gating crash cushion that is designed to shield permanent and temporary barriers including concrete, steel, and plastic. The four internal steel cables of the SLED envelop the impacting vehicle, reducing potential secondary accidents.
The SLED Euro-Terminal is the only free standing attenuation device that has been tested and accepted to the EN1317-4 P4 requirements. Since the SLED Euro-Terminal system is free standing, there are no pavement anchors, bolts or drilling to compromise the integrity of the roadway surface or bridge deck.