One way traffic spikes help to minimize intrusion from unwanted visitors. Of course, they help to control direction of traffic flow.
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Types of Systems
Obviously, the brand that we manufacture is TireShark™.
TireShark™ models can be installed and ready for use in a few hours. We provide additional Instructions & Drawings on our website. All our bearing surface parts are easily replaced. Conveniently, you don’t have to replace the whole system. Wear and tear are unavoidable. In summary, get decades of use from these traffic spikes!
Surface mounted traffic spikes are especially simple to install. Adhere to any clean, dry asphalt or concrete roadway with gel construction epoxy. Therefore, follow the mixing instructions. On concrete surfaces, choose either epoxy or anchors to attach. Use anchor bolts that pass through the provided mounting holes, of course.
Either spike models require a cut into the road surface. The traffic spikes can drop into the hole, therefore, supported by the flanges. Place epoxy underneath the flanges for adhesion. Install Parking Lot Traffic Spikes at the exit and entry of parking lots. Parking garages and traffic lanes also use controls for one way traffic flow.
First of all, cut minimally into the roadway to install In Ground, Flush Mount Traffic Spikes.
Because of creating a quick cut, adhering into place with construction epoxy, and only a 2 hour wait in warm weather… DONE! Therefore, dramatically reducing labor costs of in ground installations.
Consequently, it is important to install these units with a catalyzed adhesive 2 part construction grade epoxy. As a result we can supply this material to you. In addition, you risk allowing the units toloosen more easily if you use an air dry adhesive.
2 simple steps… E-Z installation!
1) Initially cut a small swath into the asphalt or concrete to prepare the installation. Cut it 1/2” wider than the recessed part of the unit (depth approx. 12” total) and fill the hole with 6” of coarse gravel resulting in improved drainage.
2) Finally, mix and apply catalyzed epoxy to the undersides of the upper support flanges. Most of all make sure that the road surface is clean and dry where it will contact the adhesive. This will result in a superior bond.
Follow the adhesive manufacturer’s instructions. Hot weather or applied heat can have the units ready to drive across in as little as 2 hours.
Always make sure to limit traffic to speeds no greater than 5 mph.
Use of speed bumps, before and after any traffic spike system, helps to control speeds.
Use Speed Bumps with all traffic spike installations.
Install speed bumps before and after traffic spike installations, approximately 6 feet away. Speeds in excess of 5 mph may damage tires, vehicles, and traffic spike systems, hence the need to control speed.
Use Warning Signs With all types traffic spikes, it’s important to have Traffic Spike Warning Signs that alert drivers of potential tire damage. As a result, warn drivers. They assist with traffic flow, therefore, warning that severe tire damage may occur. Study more at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spike_strip