Tactile warning plates:
Tactile warning plates with studs in shape of truncated cone and strips in shape of longitudinal rib are recognizable by the feet and the white cane and can also be captured visually.. They are designed to alert and inform blind and partially sighted people of imminent danger or to provide them with directional instructions.
Tactile warning plates are placed at the top and bottom of stairs, on ramps in front of escalators, on each side of a pedestrian crossing, along public transport platforms (such as bus stops, train platforms, trams, metro ...), sea and river transport and in all areas described in the decree of your country.
Although tactile indicators are used by blind or partially sighted people, the design and installation of tactile indicators should take into account the needs of people with reduced mobility.
- The tactile warning plate consists of a relief of studs in the shape of a truncated cone with the possibility of composition in a diagonal or parallel layout
- The tactile warning plate warns of the location of devices, potential danger or change of direction
- Tactile warning plates are ideal for retrofitting
- Location and placement of tactile warning plates (warning strips) in accordance with the applicable national standard
- Quick and easy installation
- They are suitable for application to interiors and exteriors