The speed bump complete kit is available in a range of sizes and has everything you need for traffic calming measures. The kit includes centre sections and end caps. Perfect for slowing cars to approximately 10mph, the contents of the kit is suited to light car traffic use in car parks and private roads, including outside hotels, schools, construction sites, hospitals, factories, and anywhere speeding could cause accidents.
In highly visible yellow and black, the mid-sections feature cats eye night reflectors for increased visibility in all light levels. Made of a heavy-duty PVC with a chequered pattern to provide extra grip even in poor weather conditions, these speed bumps are great for tarmac and concrete road surfaces with a load capacity of 20 tonnes.
Speed Bump 10mph – Kit Contents
Each kit contains an even number of yellow and black mid-sections, each measuring 500mm in length with four pre-drilled holes. You will also receive a yellow and a black end cap, measuring 170mm in length with two pre-drilled holes, allowing for an alternating yellow/black pattern from end-to-end. The speed ramp has a height of 50mm and a width of 350mm.
For example, the 1.35m kit has a yellow section, black section, yellow end, black end and bolts. The 2.35m adds an extra yellow and black mid-section, and the same for longer lengths
The M10 shield anchor bolts are designed for heavy-duty, load-baring applications. You’ll receive the exact amount you need to completely fasten the entire speed bump, 120mm in length. To install, first mark the position of bolts, drill the required holes and the correct size, insert the fixing and then secure the speed bump in place.
Where To Install Your Speed Bump
Speed bumps, speed ramps, speed humps, or sleeping policemen all need to be installed straight across the road and far back from junctions so vehicles approach them straight on. Vehicles turning over speed bumps can cause discomfort for the vehicle’s occupants and will damage the bumps over time.
The best positioning for speed bumps are in areas where pedestrians and vehicles mix, possibly by entrances or zebra crossings. Speed bumps are the perfect speed deterrent for low-speed zones.