When installing our speed bumps, it is important to fit them correctly. This simple guide aims to outline the speed bump fitting process (or installation) to install our speed bumps correctly.
This guide assumes that you are installing a speed bump using one of our Speed Bump Kits.
Things you will require:
A Good Fitting Surface –Before fitting the speed bumps you need to ensure that they are to be mounted on a smooth flat surface. If the surface you are fitting the speed bumps to has any deviations in it, such as pot holes or cracks in the tarmac, then our pot hole repair product VIAFIX can be used to prepare the surface.
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Setting out barriers on the side of the road is all well and good, but what is really important is ‘will they still be there when you return in the morning?’. All barriers are affected by wind, but some are affected more than others. Below you will find a table detailing which of our barriers are resistant to what wind speeds before failure.
78mph – GB2 Heavy Duty Road Barrier. This barrier was tested with two GB2 barriers interlocked in a straight line. They were placed perpendicular to the oncoming wind and did not move until wind speeds in excess of 78mph were reached. They were tested filled with water to the fill line.
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