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Issues to consider when choosing a Tactile Indicator Supplier.

It pays to check how your Tactile Indicators will be installed...

A client recently called us to say their facility was missing a lot of Tactile Indicators from another installer and that they needed a solution. On closer inspection of the supplied photos, we noticed that none of the studs had been effectively installed.

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Some of the studs were ‘banged in’ without any adhesive (as shown in the bottom-left photo). These infamous bang-in studs have no bond to the substrate so are susceptible to shearing off. In other areas of the complex, the studs simply weren’t even drilled in; they were glued onto the surface as in the bottom-right photo.

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These inconsistencies present a danger to vision-impaired people because missing studs can cause confusion and be hazardous in the roading environment.

Our TacPro® tactile indicators always come with a proprietary two-part TacPro® Epoxy Adhesive Cartridge. This ensures the longevity of the installation and denies access to water and debris under the units.

On top of that, our easy-to-use patented epoxy injection system makes installing tactile indicators a breeze. And did we mention that our products are covered by a 15-Year Product Warranty?

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