Corduroy Hazard Warning surface mounted tactile paving is used to warn visually impaired people of the presence of specific hazards; steps, level crossings or the approach to on-street light rapid transport (LTR) platforms. It is also used where a footway joins a shared route. It conveys the message ‘hazard, proceed with caution’.
Choice of stone resin composite or GRP tiles
Highly wear resistance – outperforms concrete
Colour matched adhesive system available
No excavation required
Harder wearing than concrete
Rapid installation – reduced labour costs & disruption
No excavation required – no landfill expense
Tiles are light in weight and are easy to handle and cut – no hot works
No requirement for plant machinery and associated access issues/expense
Durable – harder wearing than concrete
Will not crack like concrete – prevents future trip hazards.
High slip resistance in dry or wet conditions
Extensive range of types and colours
UV tested – no colour fade
Fast curing colour matched adhesive – Corduroy tactile paving is ready to use within 2 hours
Can be installed even in damp conditions.
Adheres to all standard surfaces
Quality assured – manufactured to BS EN ISO 9001
Corduroy hazard warning tactile paving is made from a hard wearing stone and resin composite moulded to create paving which will outperform equivalent concrete product. Tests conducted at the Transport Research Laboratory on product conditioned at 40ºC found no measurable loss in height at the end of a scuffing test.
Surface skid resistance measured: 61
(preferred range set by the Joint Mobility Unit of SRV = 50-70)
Buff, Red, Charcoal & Grey
Polyurethane stone/resin composite
GRP (buff only)
400mm x 400mm
Available in boxes of 10
A corduroy surface is the recommended solution to warn visually impaired people to the presence of specific hazards.
The purpose of the corduroy tactile paving is to warn visually impaired people of the presence of specific hazards; steps, level crossings or the approach to on-street light rapid transport (LTR) platforms. It is also used where a footway joins a shared route. It conveys the message ‘hazard, proceed with caution’.
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