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Isoshield SH Rubber Speed Humps

 

 

  • Extra-Long Premium Rubber Speed Bump System
  • Alert motorists and reduce speeds
  • Rugged 14" wide solid recycled rubber bumps conform to pavement
  • Molded yellow rubber stripes
  • High visibility, molded-in cat eye reflectors
  • Easy removal for storage or relocation
  • Steel connecting rods ensure tight fit when joining components
  • Ships in sections

      Typical Application: 

  • Car Parks,Loading Bays,Warehouse,Industrial Units,Hospitals,Pants,Factories .
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    •   Description                                      Dimensions                                 Weight
    •  10 ft Speed Bump                         124” l x 14” w x 2.25” h                     100 lbs
    •  14.5 ft Speed Bump                      178” l x 14” w x 2.25” h                     147 lbs
    •  19 ft Speed Bump                         232” l x 14” w x 2.25” h                     194 lbs
    •  23.5 ft Speed Bump                      286” l x 14” w x 2.25” h                      241 lbs
    •  4.5 ft Bump Section                        54” l x 14” w x 2.25” h                        47 lbs
    •  1 End Cap Section                            8” x 14” w x 2.25” h                           3 lbs
    • Material
    • Recycled Rubber with molded yellow rubber 
    • Fixing Instructions
    • Lag Bolt Method: Recommended for asphalt or concrete traffic lanes where drilling holes is permitted. Tools Required: Trimming knife, high-speed hammer drill with 1/2” masonry bit, impact wrench or heavy ratchet with a 9/16” socket and a hammer or mallet. Hardware: One 3/8” lag bolt for each hole in the speed bump and end cap, one 1/2” washer for each lag bolt, one 1/2” lag anchor for each lag bolt, and two joint tubes for each speed bump section. Step 1: Clear the application area of any obstruction or debris. Step 2: Mark the site where you want the speed bump placed. The use of a chalk line or straight edge may be helpful. Step 3: Insert two joint tubes into one end of each speed bump section, approximately 12”. Step 4: Join each section of the speed bump. Step 5: Push all sections tightly together. Step 6: Position the speed bump in its installation position with the end caps. Step 7: Make certain that the units are square and straight. Step 8: Using the pre-drilled holes as templates, mark the location of each hole on the roadway’s surface. Remove the speed bump & end caps. Using the high-speed hammer drill with a 1/2” masonry bit, drill a hole below the roadway’s surface at each marked location to a minimum depth matching the anchor’s length. Step 9: Before you re-position the speed bump over the newly drilled holes, insert a lag bolt anchor into each hole (large anchor opening on top). Tap the anchor into the holes with a hammer so that the anchors are set flush with the surface. Step 10: Reposition the speed bump and end caps into the installation position, aligning it over the holes. Slip a washer onto a lag bolt, insert the bolt through a pre-drilled hole in the speed bump and tighten the bolt about three-quarters of the way with a 9/16” socket. Repeat for each hole in the speed bump & end cap. Finish tightening each bolt until just snug.