Charcoal Porcelain Directional TGSI Tactile Constructile 300mm x 300mm
Charcoal porcelain ceramic TGSI Directional tactile constructile tile measuring 300 x 300 mm. Ceramic tactile indicator tiles are suitable for installation on a range of substrates including timber, carpet, vinyl and rubber and concrete.
TGSI's or Tactile Ground Surface Indicators are tactile tiles made from porcelain or rubber. Tactiles are used for indicating direction and hazards for blind or vision impaired people. Available in black, ivory, grey or yellow, these tiles help with wayfinding by offering feedback on upcoming hazards such as road crossings or train platform station edges. Approved to Australian Standards, they create a safer environment and are specified by many transport authorities and civil construction firms. The correct dimensions and location in relation to the hazard is critical to ensure safe wayfinding for visually impaired people - refer to local guidelines and engineering advice for your specific project.
We recommend the use of an ahesive such as Adesilex G19 constructile glue to fix polypad tactiles. Adesilex is an extremely strong and flexible two-part polyurethane adhesive for fixing rubber and PVC flooring to concrete, asphalt, timber, metal and existing ceramic tiles.