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ADA Approved Detectable Warning Systems

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ADA Railroad Tiles Detectable Warning Surface

Platform Edge TilesAn ADA compliant railroad platform edge detectable warning surface is used by the visually impaired to identify the location of off-street rail platforms. The warning surface can be read by foot or cane, alerting them to a rail platform edge.

The blister pattern is offset and can be used to identify the direction the platform edge is running and the correct direction of travel to access the train.

Our ADA Railroad tile detectable warning system is ideal to minimise installation disruption and is the best option on trestle type platforms, where excavation is not possible.

Tests at the transport research Laboratory have shown that the surface skid resistance value (SRV) falls in the middle of railtrack's preferred range at 61 and that there was no measurable loss in height on completion of a scuffing test at 40'C.

The profile of the platform edge detectable warning surface is offset rows of truncated domes 1/4in high, spaced 2-5/8in apart from the centre of one truncated dome to the center of the next. The truncated domes are in a different pattern to the truncated dome patterns used at the curbside to warn of pedestrian crossing points.

Platform Edge Pattern Formation

Platform Edge ProfileAvailable in: RED, BLACK and BUFF

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QEP Corporation supply (ADA) Americans with Disabilities Act approved truncated dome tiles and detectable warning systems that currently has (DoT) Department Of Transportation approval in the states of South Carolina, Michigan, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, New Mexico, Oregon, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, West Virginia, Minnesota and North Carolina.
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