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Warning Flag


Identify equipment and hazards when working construction sites.

  • Used to mark construction vehicles, construction hazards, stacked materials, and other related temporary construction situations
  • Heavy-duty nylon flags are 36 inch x 36 inch with checkered pattern squares of international safety orange and white


$33.83 / Each
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