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JSP Bitumen Glue Mats For Traffic Cylinders
These bituminous glue mats from JSP are the ideal alternative to traditional mechanical fixings when installing traffic cylinders. Where normal fixings such as our universal fixing require holes to be drilled, these hot-applied pads require only a gas torch and PPE to be safely installed.
As they require no drilling the traffic cylinders and bases can ultimately be removed in the future without leaving any holes that may need filling in the surface of the road.
Before installing these pads it is always advisable to mark the locations for the cylinders to ensure spacing is even. It also allows you to ensure that the installation positions are clean and free from dust and debris that may interfere with the bond of the glue mat.
JSP Glue Mat Installation
Installing traffic cylinders and delineators with the JSP glue mat is a simple affair with the process as follows;
- Place the glue mat on the floor paper side down.
- Heat the glue mat with a gas torch to melt the bitumen.
- Place the base of the cylinder onto the now soft and sticky glue mat.
- Lift the cylinder and peel back the paper backing revealing the other side of the glue mat.
- Once heated further this can then be stuck in position on the road or where the traffic cylinder is required.
Once the bitumen has fully cured the traffic cylinder will now be firmly secured in place.
Need Assistance With Finding The Right Delineator Fixing?
We have our team of customer service agents ready and waiting to assist you with any questions that you may have regarding installation, use, and types of traffic delineators and traffic cylinders. If you need help then please contact us on 01905 794 875 and speak to a member of the team today.
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