What is The Roadrunner?
If you are looking for a easy solution to help place and pickup cones...you just found it.
The Roadrunner works by automating the placement and positioning of cones, and other channelizing devices in your construction zone. Workers load cones from the inside of the truck bed so that no one walks or hangs off the side of your truck. It takes workers out of direct exposure to traffic, and other work zone hazards.
There are two different systems that make up The Roadrunner:
#1. "CPS": CONE PLACEMENT SYSTEM
The Roadrunner Cone Placement System (CPS) saves lives and labor by automating the placement and positioning of cones and other channelizing devices in a work zone. Cones may be safely loaded into the machine from the bed of the truck; removing workers from direct exposure to traffic, and other construction zone hazards. Workers no longer need to walk alongside or hang off the truck to place cones. which further increases worker safety. The Roadrunner CPS is mounted to a Cone / Stake Body Truck. Operation only requires one driver. and one worker to load the cone magazine from inside the truck bed. The handheld controls regulate cone spacing intervals using a programmable timing package(very easy to program).
- Deploys 28"-42" Cones with a 15" base (Barrel and Channelizer compatibility coming soon)
- Standard. handheld electronic controls for easy operation
- Sets cones while traveling 12-15 mph in forward or reverse
- Can be mounted on either side of truck using standard stake pockets
- Switching deployment side can be done in minutes by an individual worker
#2. "CRS": CONE RETRIEVAL SYSTEM
The Roadrunner Cone Retrieval System (CRS) saves back aches, and labor by automating the retrieval of cones, and other channelizing devices; regardless of their position on the ground. It is built to take the sustained abuse from retrieving cones at high speeds. and can be set up in a matter of minutes. The Roadrunner CRS is mounted to a Cone / Stake Body Truck. Operation only requires one driver, and one worker, to unload the stacked cones from the unit into the bed of the truck. Workers no longer need to walk alongside or hang off the truck to retrieve cones. which further increases worker safety.
- Retrieves 28"-36" Cones with a 15" base (Barrel and Channelizer compatibility coming soon)
- Standard handheld electronic controls for easy operation
- Retrieves cones and other devices at 12-15 mph in forward or reverse
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- Requires only a driver and one person in back to load cones into the machine.
- Manually sets cones at desired intervals.
- Easily programmed electronic timing mechanism can set intervals automatically.
- Can set cones from either side of the truck, while moving forward or backward.
- Easy to operate with hand held controls.
- Works with standard 15” base cones up to 28” tall as well as with 36” tall cones.
- Faster than manually setting and can reduce risk of injury/death while improving productivity.
- Depending upon worker’s ability to load cones, the Roadrunner can set them at up to 15mph.
- Weighing only 57 lbs, it can be mounted for use in less than two minutes.
- The mount system fits easily into common stake pockets found on most flatbed trucks.
Q: Is hearing protection required to run the Roadrunner?
A: The Roadrunner is well below the level that requires hearing protection.
Q: Is the Roadrunner easy to set up?
A: Yes, one person can set the machine up in a few minutes.
Q: What kind of power source do I need to run the Roadrunner?
A: Standard 12 volt DC power source and an air compressor is all that is needed. The minimum air required is 4.5 SCFM @ 80 PSI. (This come installed on your truck already when you purchase a Roadrunner)
Q: Do I need a heavy duty charging system on my truck to run the Roadrunner?
Q: Will the Roadrunner run in extreme heat/cold?
A: As long as it is kept in good condition it will operate if it has a clean and dry air supply. There are no known temperature limitations.