GRIPFAST Corduroy Tactiles are usually located at the top and bottom of a flight of stairs and convey the message, ‘proceed with caution’. Polydeck provide an answer for safety concerns for those at risk of accident or injury.
GRIPFAST Corduroy Tactiles enable customers to comply with the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act and Part M of the Building Regulations which state that a stepped access will satisfy requirement M1 or M2 if ‘…a ‘corduroy’ hazard warning surface is provided at top and bottom landings of a series of ﬂights to give advance warning of a change in level.’ The Tactiles are manufactured from a durable GRP (glass reinforced polyester) panel. The panel surface comprises rounded bars running transversely across the direction of pedestrian travel. The bars are 6mm high, 20mm wide and spaced 50mm from the centre of one bar to the centre of the next. Each bar contains a near-diamond hard aggregate which gives it an anti-slip surface proﬁle and ensures a long life span. GRIPFAST Corduroy Tactiles can be supplied in an inﬁnite number of colours and are suitable for use on timber, concrete, ﬂat steel, tarmac and asphalt substrates. They are suitable for both internal and external use and are resistant to oil, grease and most chemicals. Enquiries concerning blister tactile surfacing are made by contacting Polydeck online.
Corduroy Tactile Properties Guaranteed for 30 Years
Not only do GRIPFAST Corduroy Tactiles meet tactile paving surface guidelines set by the government, they are made from a durable GRP (glass reinforced polyester) panel which will maintain it’s non-slip properties for 30 years. The surface is comprised of rounded bars running transversely across the direction of pedestrian travel. These bars are 6mm high, 20mm wide and spaced 50mm from the centre of one bar to the centre of the next, and made from a near diamond-hard aggregate to create such an effective anti-slip surface, and ensure a long lifespan.
Corduroy Tactiles Suited for Local Authorities and Councils
GRIPFAST Corduroy Tactiles are available in any colour, and are suitable for use on concrete, timber, flat steel, tarmac and asphalt surfaces to provide a warning for the visually impaired in a wide variety of environments. They also effectively resist frost, oil, grease, salt water and most other chemicals, which makes them the perfect choice for councils and local authorities that require a strong and durable non-slip application. Find out more information about the main features and benefits of corduroy tactiles from Polydeck.
Quick & Easy Installation Process
The installation of GRIPFAST Corduroy Tactiles is a quick and easy process. They can be bonded and fixed mechanically to practically any surface or structurally solid and level substrate, promising an excellent non-slip tactile surface for up to 30 years. Take a look at our installation instructions for full guidelines and advice on how to install corduroy tactiles safely and effectively.
Anti Slip Corduroy Tactile Features:
• GRIPFAST Corduroy Tactiles are quick and easy to install and can be bonded and mechanically ﬁxed to virtually any structurally sound and level substrate
• Provide a guaranteed slip resistant surface for up to 30 years.
• Available in a variety of thicknesses including 4mm, 6mm, 9mm and 12mm.
• Tactiles are always 800mm deep and are sold by the linear metre.
• The maximum available size in one single tactile size is 800mm x 2440mm, but tactiles can be butt-joined together to form longer runs.
• Each tactile can be chamfered at the edges to avoid a trip hazard.
GRIPFAST Rail Blister Tactiles are designed to warn visually impaired people of the presence of an edge of a railway platform.
The tactiles are manufactured from a durable GRP (glass reinforced polyester) panel. The panel surface comprises offset rows of flat-topped ‘blisters’ 5mm high, spaced 66.5mm apart from the centre of one blister to the centre of the next. Each blister contains a near-diamond-hard aggregate which gives it an anti-slip surface profile and ensures a long life span.
GRIPFAST rail blister tactiles can be supplied in an almost infinite number of colours and are suitable for use on timber, concrete, flat steel, tarmac and asphalt substrates. They are suitable for external use and are resistant to frost, oil, grease and most chemicals. They are designed to be bonded and mechanically fixed to a structurally sound and level substrate and will provide a guaranteed slip resistant surface for up to 30 years. Speak to an expert to learn more about rail blister surfacing, call 01934 863678.
- Rail blister tactiles are made with either a 4mm or 6mm base plus 5mm high blisters. Each tactile can be chamfered to avoid a trip hazard or incorporated into a complete platform panel design.
- Any BS or RAL colour available although a buff colour is usually specified
- Tactiles are always 400mm deep and are supplied by the linear metre run – usually 1200mm or 1220mm sections to match the width of each individual station platform panel
tactile surface uses
TACTILE AT BOTTOM OF STEPS
TACTILE AT TOP OF STEPS
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Contact Polydeck today for the right solution for your next project! Polydeck’s very own GRIPFAST range of anti-slip products are manufactured to the highest possible standards, using quality materials from our trusted UK suppliers.
So, if you would like to discover how Polydeck can assist you in finding the perfect anti-slip solution, give us a call today on 01934 863678. Alternatively, you can request for our team to contact you at a more suitable time by completing our quick and simple online enquiry form below.