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10mph Low Profile Rubber Speed Bump  -
10mph Low Profile Rubber Speed Bump  -
10mph Low Profile Rubber Speed Bump  -
10mph Low Profile Rubber Speed Bump  -
10mph Low Profile Rubber Speed Bump  -
10mph Low Profile Rubber Speed Bump  -

10mph Low Profile Rubber Speed Bump

CS/10MPH
Delivery estimate : Next day (order by 3pm)

Profile dimensions (WxH): 350mm x 50mm

Reduces traffic speeds to 10mph.

Fixing bolts included (for tarmac or concrete).

Manufactured from 100% recycled moulded rubber.


Length
Fixings

£104.00
+ delivery
Tax excluded

Recycled 10mph Rubber Speed Ramp

A low-profile rubber speed bump which reduces traffic speeds to 10mph. The lengths are of high-visibility yellow and black, with Cats Eyes on the mid sections for extra night time visibility.

Available as individual sections or in cost-saving bundles/kits.

Fixing are bolts supplied with all pieces, please specify which type when ordering.

Features:

- 100% recycled rubber
- Gentle slopes to reduce speeds to 10mph
- Cats Eyes for night time visibility
- Tapered end sections


Profile dimensions (W x H)
350mm x 50mm
Material
Rubber (Recycled)
UV resistant
Yes
Posted by: Tony | 2018-09-26 22:38:07

The 5.85 Mtr option is this a one piece section with end caps or is it segments that join together ?
Thanks

Administrator

Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. It is made up of 11 sections each 0.5 meter long, with 2 end sections. The sections are butted against each other during installation.

Posted by: Wendy | 2015-02-01 22:56:22

Please can you tell me if these can be fitted to Block Paving? Thanks

Administrator

Yes, the paving blocks can be drilled using a hammer drill with a 13mm masonry bit. Please select concrete fixings when ordering.

Posted by: Robert Filer - Paulton Rovers FC | 2014-10-07 10:29:16

We are considering installing Sleeping Policemen to the entrance road Please can you tell me what thickness the Tarmac needs to be to secure the ramps to the ground ,how far are the bolts into the ground

Administrator

The bolts are 100mm in length and go approx 75mm into the ground. If the tarmac is thinner than this, you can still use the fixing bolts if you are able to drill into the sub-base material.

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