Tactile Paving Are Road Facilities Designed for the Safety and Convenience of Visually Impaired Individuals - 翻译中...
Tactile paving is convenient road facilities designed for blind people's safety while walking. There are two types of tactile paving: one is a rectangular direction guidance tile that guides the blind to move forward confidently, known as a directional tactile paving or directional guidance tactile paving. The other one is a round dot tile that indicates obstacles in front of blind people and tells them to turn. It is known as a prompt tactile paving or positional guidance tactile paving.
They prevent blind people from walking on the wrong path and prevent them from injury when falling. As the name suggests, these are natural rubber or polymers made from a combination of synthetic rubber and other components. Butadiene, styrene-butadiene, and high-cis butadiene rubber are synthetic rubber and by-products of petroleum. Natural rubber refers to rubber harvested from artificial cultivated rubber trees. Rubber tactile paving studs are made of non-toxic, environmentally friendly materialsand high molecular ecological materials. Using high-grade natural rubber and synthetic rubber as the base material, it is filled with fillers and pigmentsthat do not contain any heavy metals and does not contain PVC or gypsum powder. It is a green and environmentally friendly product.
Currently, there are three instant colors in stock: orange, gray, and light yellow. The style is round dot or rectangular. Each rubber tactile paving weighs approximately 0.5 kg. They are generally packed in cartons for transportation.
The application range of tactile paving includes office buildings, households, hospitals, schools, museums, libraries, kindergartens, disability centers, nursing homes, fitness clubs, sports venues, high-end shopping malls, hotels, airports, stations, docks, bus stops, pedestrian overpasses, pedestrian tunnels' entrances and exits, building entrances, underground railway entrances, and platform edges.
During construction, installing tactile paving is also very simple and convenient. Just apply glue to the bottom surface. After cleaning the ground, you can use 806 adhesive or AB glue, universal glue! The ideal effect can be achieved by bonding the bottom surface with the above adhesives.
Japan is one of the pioneers in introducing tactile paving on surfaces. Its modern form can be divided into two: one is small and round bumps on the surface with tactile sensation that can be felt through shoe soles, while the other is directional assistance with slender protrusions on the surface. Nowadays, the use of tactile tiles is being promoted worldwide. Our majestic tactile paving has reached Australia, New Zealand for visits and mobile designs.