The Practical Concept

Traffic Islands and Separating Islands

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The System

What caused a stir more than 20 years ago as the first mobile traffic island made of recycling plastic, is now the state of the art.With the variable modular system of round and square elements, you can build mobile or stationary traffic islands in the standard widths of 2.00 m, 1.60 m and 1.00 m in any lengths.

The Material

Traffic islands are made of solid recycling plastic. They are weatherproof and extremely tough and durable. The coating is applied in an environmentally friendly, very durable flame-spraying process. The standard surface colour for the traffic islands is light anthracite. The edge of the traffic island is coated in white with reflective beads for good visibility. They can also be provided with embedded spherical reflectors for extra visibility.

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The Technology

The island elements weigh between 120 and 220 kg. They are simply placed on the road, aligned and anchored to stop sideways movement. The traffic islands are dismantled just as quickly if necessary. The road surface is not damaged. A lifting device is available as an option for easier assembly of traffic islands.

The Accessories 

The signs
The traffic sign  combined with the warning pillar for perfect "all-round" signs on the traffic island as a roundabout island.

The clamp sleeve

Galvanised steel is used to mount the sign post ø 60 mm. It is fixed in the existing recess of the round part with 4 stainless steel screws. 

Ground anchoring
Each island element is anchored in the road with special dowels. Four pre-mounted ground anchors are required per traffic island.

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References - Practical Concept

This islands from our practical concept only have supports on the edge and therefore fit the base without a problem. The top profile and road unevenness can be simply built over in most cases.

Crossing aids

Lane divider

Colour design

All references

 
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