Discrete Tactile Warning and Guiding Studs and Strips

Our Discreet Tactile Warning and Guiding Studs and Strips are designed to be easily identifiable by people who are blind or partially sighted, yet discreet for a seamless integration with the environment. They are an ideal TGSI solution for surfaces that cannot be disturbed for various reasons such as Heritage areas that require minimal disturbance or aesthetic change. Other areas where minimal disturbance is required are shopping malls, public buildings, public transport facilities etc.


Expertly designed Discrete Tactile Nodule  Warning and Guiding Studs and Strips

Our Tactile Nodule Warning and Guiding Studs and Strips are ideal for areas such as footpaths, stairs and train- or bus station platforms that require TGSIs to assist visually impaired people with navigation. Due to their well-designed tactile paving texture, they are easily identifiable by users, yet discreet for a seamless integration with the environment. The nodule size and shape are optimally designed to provide the least amount of discomfort and maximum efficiency for guidance.

• Discrete design with maximum guidance efficiency

• Easy to apply to existing surfaces

• Meets all non-slip requirements for indoor or outdoor use


PRODUCT CODES:

Discrete Tactile Studs: WAR - STUD

Discrete Tactile StripS: GUID - STRIP


Gimi Access Tactile Ground Surface Indicators are designed and manufactured to conform to a number of national standards and recommendations:


• The NDoT’s Position paper requirements: 2016

• The latest National Technical Requirement (NTR1): 2017, Pedestrian Crossings

• SANS 784:2008 "Design for Access and Mobility -Tactile indicators"

• SANS 10400-part S:2011 “Facilities for Persons with Disabilities”

• The Tshwane/GIBB developed standard technical drawing book, titled "Tactile Ground Surface Indicators and Pedestrian Crossings"

• The NDoT NMT facility guidelines: 2014

• Complete Street guidelines developed by Municipalities

• Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) Standard book of Drawings

• Although the International Standard, ISO 21542:2011 “Accessibility and Usability of the Built Environment”, has not officially been adopted in South Africa yet, it is in the process and is also considered.


For more information on our range of Tactile paving products, or to request a quote contact us today.