This section of the EVcone website will show you pictures and videos on how to install the EVcone labels on your own Traffic / Parking cones.
The EVcones were created on a highly reflective adhesive backed material so that you can stick them to either new cones or your own existing cones if you already own them. Traffic / Parking cones can be expensive to ship and so this method allows you to use your own existing cones or buy cones locally which will cost you less.
This website provides the continued support to your Electric Vehicle customers who are using the charging stations and to your custodial staff / handyman who will be installing the EVcones.
We will provide the following information below:
Tools and Hardware needed
Steps to attach the EVcone labels
Security, Attaching a chain.
Pictures of installations
Step-by-Step photos & videos
Additional steps to prolong the life of the labels.
EVcone in use.
Are you losing revenue because of the Gasoline powered cars blocking EV Charging Stations?
The EVcone label is printed on a highly reflective adhesive backed material.
Works with many sized cones
The great thing about having a label is that you can stick them to almost any sized Traffic / Parking cone. You can also stick them to bollards and other types of signs.
36" Lime green Cone
Here's an EVcone label stuck to a 36" Tall Lime Green Traffic Cone.
At night with headlights
At night time headlights reflect off the surface of the EVcone label and is very easy to see and read.
In some locations you may need a chain to protect the EVcone from theft.
Nuts & Bolts
You'll need 5/16" by 1.5" long or 3/8" by 1.5" machine bolts in Zinc or Stainless Steel with Nylon Lock nuts. (the Nylon lock nuts are a very important step)
Tools and Parts needed
You'll need a 3/8" wood/steel bit to drill through the base of the Traffic Cone. And washers, Open-end wrenches and ratchets.
Some chain may be overkill, The top-most chain is very nice but heavy and expensive.
Nylon Lock nut
I recommend that you attach the machine bolts inside the feet of the Traffic / Parking cones. This will make disassembly more difficult for would-be thieves.
Base of EVcone
Another view of the bottom of the EVcone.
Click a picture to expand its size and read the comments:
How to attach an EVcone label to your own Traffic Cones:
Theft of Parking Cones? - Here's a solution:
Landlord / Owner of EV Charging Station(s) section: