Tactile indicator strip plate

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Our tactile flexible plates, also called "Hazard Tactile Warning Strips" (BEV), are used to effectively warn visually impaired pedestrians during their trips against an immediate danger (obstacles, stairs, passing vehicles, platform edge)
With their feet, the blind and visually impaired can easily identify their podotactile-textured surface and move around safely.
The tactile plates are flexible and very easy to install.

Colours and sizes
Colour available: orange (offers maximum visibility according to industry standard) - other colours on request only
Mass Dyeing.

2 sizes available and in stock:
300mm x 300mm x 2mm
250mm x 250mm x 2mm

Our CITY plate models are suitable for both outdoors and indoors
The studs are 5mm thick and there is a distance of 75mm between each stud, arranged to be staggered

Fire classification rating: M2

Made of natural rubber, offers a good long-term resistance to grip, UVs, temperature variations, water and frost.
Non-slip properties (P98-351 standard)

Application Instructions:
Hot welding, glue, on a majority of the surface types.

Summary of regulations (NF P 98-351 standard) and installation tips
- Indoors, BEVs are mandatory for any flight of stairs with at least three steps on top of the stairs
- Keep a 0.5m distance between the tactile plate and the immediate danger threatening (first staircase, pavement...)
- Currently the standard specifies a 58.8cm width for podotactile strips for buildings and facilities open to public (ERP); an exception is made for the plate width, which can be reduced to 40cm on top of the stairs.
The same applies to narrow sidewalks and railway platforms.
- The strip must be in contrast with the background (colour, tone)
- Install the tactile strip absolutely parallel

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