Tactile ground surface indicators are used to indicate a hazard, obstacle or public service point in an open space to people who are blind or vision impaired. They are often used at the top and bottom of stairways, ramps and escalators. Tactiles can be identified under foot, by cane or noticed as a colour contrast to the installed surface.
Available in two different styles. Hazard tactile indicators are used to indicate a hazard, obstacle or public service point whereas directional tactiles are used to provide a message to pause and consider a change in direction.
- Available in three colours: black, yellow or terracotta
- Hazard tactiles features 36 raised truncated cones
- Directional tactiles feature 4 directional indicators to indicate the require path of travel
- Made from polyurethane
- Slip resistant
- Easy to install: Self adhesive and can be applied to a wide range of surfaces including: concrete, bitumen, tiles, vinyl, rubber, timber and carpet
- Sold as individual tiles – each tile measures 300mm x 300mm
- Manufactured to meet Australian Standard AS/NZS 1428.4.1:2009 – Design for access and mobility, Part 4.1: Means to assist the orientation of people with vision impairment – Tactile ground surface indicators
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