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Wychwood Marker A Flexible Verge Post
The Wychwood is a flexible verge post that is designed to bend and withstand multiple collisions. High quality reflective top area and an economical design make it perfect for most verge post marking applications. Manufactured from moulded spring back plastic, it will flex right back into shape after being hit or run over.
- Large reflective area that conforms to RI EN12899-2 class R2.
- Almost impossible to damage permanently
- Complies to both European and British quality Standards.
- Made in the UK
Suitable Uses for the Wychwood Verge Post
- Marking Hazardous bends within roads.
- Marking entrances
- Marking verges
- Warning of Hazards near road sides
- Creating a barrier between two carriageways.
Installing the Wychwood Marker
Installation of the Wychwood post could not be easier. All you need to do is push it into the ground, or use a mallet if the ground is firm. The hole is provided in the base of the Wychwood post in case you are setting it into concrete so that the post cannot be removed.
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Customer Questions & Answers
Yes, any method for cutting PVC. We recommend a regular or junior hacksaw and a smooth file to finish off the edges.
The Wychwood post is double sided - red on the one side and white on the other. The red side normally faces the oncoming traffic on the left.
These can be simply pushed into soft ground. They have a 'blade' type construction so they flex. No extra tools are needed unless the ground is particularly hard. You can also set them into concrete if you wish.