Slow down vehicle traffic for a safer pedestrian environment at parks, sporting venues, schools, hospitals, resorts, parking lots, and more. This 6' speed bump section has a modular design, allowing it to be used side-by-side with multiple sections to span the width of a road or parking lot. Reflective beads and bright yellow strips make the ramp highly visible for drivers and pedestrians.
Durable rubber construction will not break, tear or crack under most weather conditions. The rubber speed bump is highly visible in low light areas with the (5) yellow EPDM rubber strips and (8) reflective beads. Span the width of roads and parking lots with its modular design.
Maintain a safe pedestrian environment, slowing down vehicle traffic, with the 6' Modular Speed Bump. Simple modular design provides the ability to span the width of roads, parking lots and more! Featuring dual channels for cable protection and drainage, the road speed bump can be used to safely cover cables and effectively slow down motor vehicles. (4) Reflective beads embedded on each side of the speed bump along with (5) yellow EPDM rubber strips ensure visibility at night or in dark areas. Permanently install the 6 Foot Speed Bump on asphalt or concrete with its countersink mounting holes (hardware NOT included). Modular end sections (sold individually) cap off the ends for a complete circular and smooth transition. The modular speed bump is constructed of weather resistant durable rubber that will not break, chip or crack. Install the 6' Modular Speed Bump in various locations such as school/hospital zones, hotels, resorts, parks, sporting venues, parking lots, commercial, industrial and residential areas! Includes a one year manufacturer's warranty.
1 Star off gas rubber
brian from MD wrote (July 10, 2015):
just bought this for my garage so my wife does not bang the wall. i like the design but it is heavy duty rubber and the off gas (of polyurethane or something) is terrible and literally makes me sick. After one day i had to remove from the garage and put it outside hoping that after a month or two in the sun it will finish off gassing. i will be careful not to buy rubber next time.