Maintain Traffic Spikes after snow storms.

Traffic Spikes damage from snow plow.
Maintain Traffic Spikes after snowing.

Snow Plows can damage Traffic Spikes. Repair damage and remove sediment.

Maintain Traffic Spikes after snowing. Make sure to inspect your parking lot’s traffic spikes after the snow season. Sometimes snow plow crews run over traffic spike systems. Heavy metal snow plow blades cause damage. Damaged traffic spikes may have been in the vertical position when struck by a snow plow. Remove TireShark™  Traffic Spikes prior to snow removal. Warn snow plow operators about traffic spike locations so that damage can be avoided. Install heating elements and thermostats into TireShark™ Traffic Spikes. Melt ice or snow during storms. Prevent ice build-up which can hinder proper operation. Typically, snow plow crews can manually shovel the snow that is nearest a traffic spike system. Avoid the possibility of damage altogether.

How to maintain TireShark™ Traffic Spikes after snow season…

Remove the top plate to inspect the welded steel rows of traffic spikes to maintain Traffic Spikes after snowing. Pay attention to removal of sediment and debris that may have built up during the winter. Study how the traffic spike section pivots within its bearings. Ensure easy rotation by making sure that the rotating spike shaft is still rounded and able to pivot within the bearings. Make sure that the bearing surfaces (hole) are still round and not egg-shaped. Make sure to apply axle grease to the contact area between the end of the traffic spike rotation shaft and the hole in the bearing plates. Check to make sure that the springs are fully functioning without breaks.

If any of these parts appear to be out of round, bent, broken or deteriorated, replace them immediately. We always have replacement parts and springs available to ship to you quickly. We recommend that you always have replacement parts for these wear-items in stock for immediate replacement so that you can always keep your traffic spike system up and running properly in your parking lot.

Orange Traffic Posts / Traffic Delineators

Heavy Duty Posts & Bases (Traffic Delineators)

Use these portable traffic posts (traffic delineators) to direct the flow of traffic along with your access control system.

Portable Traffic Delineators

In stock and ready for immediate shipment

Product Info

Our solid, 100% post-consumer recycled tire rubber bases are designed for stability, are resistant to the elements, do not crumble, and meet EPA specifications. Bases on this page can be personalized to your specifications for hole size, name, phone number, handle, vertical panel configuration, and thickness. You can create a whole new product, 1″ to 4″ thick, up to 72″ in length, and up to 48″ wide.

Our posts and bases interchange with most others on the market.

4” Diameter Posts

28” and 42”, safety orange.
Two, 3” white, high intensity reflective bands.
Open-Top, Bent T-Top.

Hexagonal Bases

18″ side to side – 21″ point to point
B8 1″ thick, 8 pounds
B12 1-1/8″ thick, 12 pounds
B18 1-3/4″ thick, 18 pounds

Call Stacey for a price quote! (800)988-3308

Email: GR8MFG@HushMail.com

How to Install Traffic Spikes

Install Traffic Spikes – Surface Mount

TireShark™ Traffic Spikes Ultra Low Profile Surface Mount One Way Traffic Control Surface Mounted

TireShark™ One-Way Traffic Spike System

Models: 2500, 3750, 5000 SpikeZilla™

Hot rolled steel, non-welded deck. Laser cut parts formed using computerized brakes. Easy to install traffic spikes. All bearings are easily replaceable for years of service. Powder Coated. Choice of Safety Red Or OSHA Yellow. Surface mounted. No digging, no mess, no wait. You can install on concrete or asphalt.

How to Install Surface Mounted Traffic Spikes

The installation is so easy that many handymen can handle it. Complete the job in just a few hours. Normally, licensed contractors are called to perform the installation of one way traffic spike systems.

Install Traffic Spikes on Concrete

Use concrete anchors to mount the traffic spikes on the concrete driveway or road.

Install Traffic Spikes on Asphalt

Use two part epoxy to mount the traffic spikes on the asphalt surface.

PRO TIP: It is important to install these units with a catalyzed adhesive, such as a two part construction grade epoxy. We can supply this material to you, just mention it when you contact us. If you simply use construction adhesive (like air-dry adhesive) you risk allowing the units to be stolen or loosen more easily.

The competing model doesn’t have replaceable parts. That makes NO sense! That’s why we make it easy for you to replace parts instead of replacing the whole system!

How to Install Heavy Duty Car Stop

Heavy Duty Car Stop / Rubber Parking Curb

heavy duty car stop parking curb 550

How to Install Heavy Duty Car Stop

Heavy Duty Car Stop – Install Steps
  1. Only for uneven surface install: Cut away rubber on the bottom of the Heavy Duty Car Stop to be flush with the ground.
  2. Apply adhesive to the bottom of the heavy duty car stop for extra strength.
  3. Install on Asphalt: 14” x ½” rebar spike and washer for asphalt installation of all products.

Install on Concrete: 6” lag (screw, washer, and shield) for concrete installation of Car Stops.

 

Materials Needed for Car Stop Install:

·Provided Installation Hardware (comes included with heavy duty car stop. Call to order: (520)303-4444)

·Utility knife (if applying to an uneven surface – used for cutting away rubber if needed)

Pro-Tip:

Use 10 ounces of adhesive for glue down applications and so hardware won’t work loose

Heavy Duty Car Stops – Parking Safety

Dependable and maintenance free!

Tough, recycled tire rubber is resistant to
weather, salt, moisture, UV, oil, and temperature. Made in the USA. Prompt shipping. Will not warp, chip, or crack. Easy, one person installation (instructions included). Installation hardware is available.

Our answer to the growing demand for lightweight, durable, made in USA Car Stops! (or Parking Curbs, Parking Bumpers, Wheel Stops or Parking Blocks… or whatever name you prefer for them!)

They will not chip or crack like concrete, nor warp like plastic can.

ST-6′ 4 holes, 8 stripes, 40 lbs.

ST-3′ 2 holes, 4 stripes, 20 lbs.

Permanent reflective striping – no painting!

Reflective stripes are made of road marking tape. Bonded stripes are available in yellow, white, blue or none

Ideal for parking lots, garages, wall protection, and other parking applications.

How to Install Heavy Duty Speed Humps

Heavy Duty Speed Humps

How to Install Heavy Duty Speed Humps

Materials Needed for Install:

·10 ounces of adhesive (PL Premium Polyurethane Construction Adhesive works well!)

·Utility knife (if applying to an uneven surface – used for cutting away rubber if needed)

·Provided Installation Hardware – comes included with your order (Call to order (800)988-3308)

Use 10 ounces of adhesive for glue down applications and so hardware won’t work loose with 4 or more trucks daily going over Speed Hump, also use for leading edge.

Buy epoxy or adhesive locally.

2.25”H x 36”L x 17.5”W; 25 Pounds.

5 pre-drilled holes for hardware installation.

Joints to fit into speed hump sections.


14” x ½” rebar spike and washer for asphalt installation.

4.5” lag (screw, washer, and shield) for concrete installation of Speed Bumps or Speed Humps.

Heavy Duty Speed Humps – Heavy Traffic Safety

Tough, recycled tire rubber is resistant to
weather, salt, moisture, UV, oil, and temperature. Made in the USA. Prompt shipping. Will not warp, chip, or crack.
Easy, one person installation (instructions included). Installation hardware is available.

· Lightweight, Dependable, Affordable!

· Easy, one person installation (instructions included).

· Removable for surface maintenance, snow plows or to relocate at a new site.

· Virgin rubber overlay with molded-in yellow road marking tape stripes.

· Use adhesive and hardware if 4+ trucks a day (keeps hardware from working loose).

· Dual bottom channels for drainage, wire or pipe to 3/4”.

· Male/Female joints on each section.

· Use multiple sections to cover width needed!

· 6 predrilled holes for hardware per section.

· Withstand heavy traffic.

 

How to Install Heavy Duty Speed Bumps

Heavy Duty Speed Bumps

How to Install Heavy Duty Speed Bumps

Materials Needed for Install:

·10 ounces of adhesive (PL Premium Polyurethane Construction Adhesive works well!)

·Utility knife (if applying to an uneven surface – used for cutting away rubber if needed)

·Provided Installation Hardware – comes included with your order (Call to order (800)988-3308)

Use 10 ounces of adhesive for glue down applications and so hardware won’t work loose with 4 or more trucks daily going over Speed Humps or Speed Bumps. Buy epoxy or adhesive locally.


12” x 2-5/8” x 6” 2 holes, 3.25 lbs. Male joints to fit into SB channels. Available in black.

14” x ½” rebar spike and washer for asphalt installation of all products.

4.5” lag (screw, washer, and shield) for concrete installation of Speed Bumps or Speed Humps.

Heavy Duty Speed Bumps – Parking Lot Safety

Great for Parking Lots, Parking Garages, and Alleys

Tough, recycled tire rubber is resistant to weather, salt, moisture, UV, oil, and temperature. Made in the USA. Prompt shipping. Will not warp, chip, or crack. Easy, one person installation (instructions included). Installation hardware is available.

· Made of tough recycled tire rubber with a virgin
rubber overlay

· Optional molded-in stripes of yellow road marking tape let drivers know they are coming to a Speed Bump!

· Add cat-eye reflectors for night-time visibility

· Conform to surface contour

· Can be cut with utility knife if necessary

· Dual bottom channels for drainage, wire or pipe to 3/4”

· Designed for up to 15 mph

· Removable for surface maintenance.

 

How to Install TireShark™ Motorized Traffic Spikes

Install TireShark™ Motorized Traffic Spikes

Install motorized traffic spikes on concrete or asphalt road.  Lowest deck height in the industry. Save cost. No need for in ground installation with a surface mount traffic spike system. View our steps and drawings.

Our TireShark™ motorized traffic spikes install easily onto concrete or asphalt road surfaces.

Asphalt Road Installation: Use 2 part construction epoxy for installation of traffic spikes onto asphalt.

Concrete Road Installation: Motorized traffic spikes that are installed onto concrete should use epoxy. Anchor bolts that are secured into drilled holes work for concrete too.

(Normally contractors are called to install motorized traffic spike systems. We can help you with this.)

Give us a call if you need to order motorized traffic spikes! Call Stacey today! (800)988-3308

How to Install One-Way Flush-Mount Traffic Spikes

How to Install Flush-Mount Traffic Spikes

Easy 2 Step Process! Install by creating a minimal cut into the roadway. Then use a two part epoxy. Dramatically reduce labor costs of in ground installations with TireShark™ One-Way Flush Mount Traffic Spikes. Give Stacey a call with any questions! (800)988-3308

 

In Ground / Flush Mount Traffic Spike Installation

2 simple steps… E-Z installation!

1) Prepare the installation hole by cutting a small swath into the asphalt or concrete that is about 1/2” wider than the recessed part of the unit (depth approx. 12” total) and fill the hole with about 6” of coarse gravel for improved drainage.

2) Mix and apply catalyzed epoxy to the undersides of the upper support flanges. Lower the unit into place, making sure that the road surface is clean and dry where it will contact the adhesive.

Follow the adhesive manufacturer’s instructions, but hot weather or applied heat can have the units ready to drive across in as little as 2 hours.

PRO TIP: It is important to install these units with a catalyzed adhesive, such as a two part construction grade epoxy. We can supply this material to you. If you simply use construction adhesive (like air-dry adhesive) you risk allowing the units to be stolen or loosen more easily.