Perfect Uses For the Patented Econocone

This page mainly for SEO purposes (keyword density). Brief description paragraph of major uses (construction, traffic incidents, etc.) with thumbnail photos and links to their respective pages.

Construction & Property Maintenance

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First Responders & Emergency Services

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Events / Parties / Sports

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Transportation / Traffic Management

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The Safety Cone:
History and Fast Facts



Depending where you read what, there are conflicting opinions of who invented the safety cone and when.

Some say the cone was first designed and produced by Charles P. Rudebaker in 1914.

Other accounts claim Charles D. Scanlon, an employee of the Street Painting Department of the City of Los Angeles was the inventor, and was the first to be actually granted a patent for the cone (in 1943).

Although originally made of concrete, today's versions are more commonly brightly colored thermoplastic or rubber cones.

Pranksters had fun with safety cones at church in Raglan, New Zealand.
US Patents D778194, D791001, D791002 • US & International Patents Pending