Tactile slab types
A bright yellow ground marker with a prominent pattern is impossible to miss. It helps visually impaired and blind people to orient themselves in unfamiliar territory, find their way and feel safe.
Therefore, tactile tiles are used with equal success:
on sidewalks and pedestrian crossings;
on city streets;
in landscape and park areas;
in residential buildings, shopping centers, public buildings.
Tiles help identify poles, doors, steps, elevator entrances, traffic lights and fences. Thanks to her, visually impaired people get a real opportunity to move around unfamiliar territory without assistance. This is how a comfortable barrier-free environment is formed in the city.
Tactile tiles for the blind and visually impaired SLS are made of concrete by vibrocompression. Therefore, it is distinguished by high strength, resistance to temperature extremes, rain and snow, environmental safety and ease of paving. If one of the tiles is damaged during use, you can take it out and replace it with a new one.
Do you want your institution to meet international social standards? We invite you to contribute to the creation of a barrier-free environment with high-quality, durable tactile concrete tiles.
STB 1071-2007 (concrete slabs for sidewalks)
Warning tactile slab
Warning slab with truncated cones helps blind and visually impaired pedestrians to understand that there is an obstacle ahead: a roadway, a crossing, a staircase, an elevator, a traffic light or a pole. The slab is impossible to miss due to the large width, which guarantees high safety of movement around the city.
Guiding tactile slab
Tactile guiding slab with longitudinal ledges helps the blind and people with impaired vision to choose a safe and comfortable route. This is one of the most important elements of urban navigation, which contributes to the formation of a barrier-free environment.
With the help of the relief the guiding (linear) slab indicates where to move and guarantees safety throughout the entire route. People with impaired vision track the route with a walking stick or by feeling the ledges with the sole. Bright yellow color provides a visual contrast with the surrounding surface. Slab with longitudinal stripes connects objects marked with tactile warning signs. This creates a comfortable route that the blind and people with impaired vision can take without support.
Tactile guiding slab is most commonly used:
• on sidewalks and pedestrian crossings;
• on city streets;
• in landscape and park areas;
• in residential buildings, shopping centers, public buildings.
The dimensions of SLS tactile guiding slab are 400x400x57 mm, including the height of the longitudinal ledge - 7 mm.
We manufacture our products using innovative German MASA Henke equipment. Due to matrices specially manufactured in Germany, high-quality raw materials and production technology, SLS linear slab has improved quality characteristics. It is distinguished by high stableness, durability, resistance to temperature changes, and a minimum level of moisture absorption.
SLS products meet the standards, and in terms of stableness and frost resistance, they even exceed the guaranteed indicators determined on the basis of tests. Such slab will serve for a long time, retaining its appearance and functionality.
|Dimensions (L×W×H), mm||Compressive strength class of concrete, MPa||Concrete tensile bending class, MPa||Wear capacity, g/cm²||Water absorption, %||
|400 × 400 × 57||В 27,5||Вtb3,6||0,7||6,0||F-250+|