A one piece discrete architectural tactile ground surface indicator manufactured from austenitic stainless steel to provide long lasting stable performance. Designed to warn the vision impaired of an impending hazard or to provide directional guidance. As part of The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliance, it is now mandatory to provide Tactile Warning Indicators (TGSI) to stairs, ramps and many other changing conditions.
- R13 anti-slip rated in Accordance with the Australian
- Standards AS4586, the highest in the industry.have a protrusion height of 5mm, the maximum to ensure longevity and optimum anti-slip
- Comes with an optional 15mm fixing Spigot which provides maximum fixing strength in all substrates. The SureSteel fixing spigot is the longest in the industry and yet is easy to install within 16mm thickness timber flooring
- Manufactured from 316 stainless steel to ensure long lasting maintenance free performance
- Resistant to heavy traffic abuse and maintenance machinery
- SureSteel® offers specifiers the option of retaining the aesthetics of the underlying substrate without compromising tactile performance.are available with and without a fixing spigot diameter of 6mm x 15mm long, to ensure mechanical retention to all substrates including concrete, timber, bitumen and most other surfaces. Manufactured from one piece to ensure overall strength and durability
- Highly polished, milled finish which is bright and attractive.
DESIGNED TO CONFORM WITH THE AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS. SURESTEEL ® DISCRETE ARCHITECTURAL TACTILE STUDS
- Have a major diameter of 35mm, a minor diameter of 25mm
- Have a protrusion height of 5mm, the maximum to ensure longevity and optimum anti-slip
- Are available with and without a fi xing spigot diameter of 6mm x 15mm long, to ensure mechanical retention to all substrates including concrete, timber, bitumen and most other surfaces. Manufactured from one piece to ensure overall strength and durability.
Concentric ring: with either smooth or stepped side face/ with and without spigot.
In accordance with the Australian Standards a minimum luminance contrast of 45% must be provided between a monochromatic tactile indicator and the surrounding substrate. SureSteel® Tactile Indicators with a concentric ring design are available in 2 basic styles which allow specifiers to select the most appropriate luminance contrast for any given application and aesthetic requirement. Refer to the SureSteel® luminance chart for selection details.
AS/NZS 1428:4.2002 Design for access and mobility
AS/NZS 4586:1999 Slip resistance classifi cation for new pedestrian surface materials