Speed Bumps


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RS Stock No. 124-4457
Black Rubber - - - - - Aviation, Road Transport, Safety, Traffic 150mm 170mm 250mm
RS Stock No. 898-7176
BrandRS Pro
1 Set
Black, Yellow Rubber Yes 27mm - Yes Expandable Bolts Traffic 350mm 50mm 250mm
RS Stock No. 125-2184
BrandRS Pro
Black, Yellow Polyurethane No - - Yes - Parking, Traffic Calming 300mm 25mm 250mm
RS Stock No. 125-2174
BrandRS Pro
Black Rubber No 30mm 10 km/h, 15 km/h No - Traffic Calming 250mm 75mm 300mm
RS Stock No. 898-7185
BrandRS Pro
1 Set
Black, Yellow Rubber Yes 27mm - Yes Expandable Bolts Traffic 350mm 50mm 200mm
RS Stock No. 625-1080
BrandRS Pro
- - - - - - - Traffic Calming 57mm 250mm 305mm
RS Stock No. 125-2173
BrandRS Pro
Black, Yellow Rubber Yes 30mm 10 km/h, 15 km/h Yes Asphalt Fixation Bolt Traffic Calming 1.83m 75mm 300mm
RS Stock No. 898-7188
BrandRS Pro
1 Set
Black, Yellow Rubber Yes 27mm - Yes Expandable Bolts Traffic 400mm 70mm 250mm

Speed Bumps

A Speed Bump is a traffic calming device that is used on roads, car parks, or anywhere that cars, motorcyclists and bikes travel. A speed bump slows the speed of a vehicle, improving safety not only for the drivers of vehicles but also for pedestrians. A speed bump can also encourage drivers not to exceed enforceable speed limits. Speed bumps can also be used to protect cables and wires that run across a traffic area. Most speed bumps are replaceable as needed but some are permanent fixtures that consist of concrete, asphalt and tarmac

Where are speed bumps used?
• Aviation – airport runways
• Car parks
• Roads
• Cycle lanes
• Bus lanes
• Retail parks
• Hospitals
• Manufacturing sites
• Cable and wire protection
What colours are there?
• Black
• Yellow
• Black and yellow

High Visibility (Hi-Vis) Speed Bumps
The yellow and yellow / black replaceable speed bumps are Hi-vis (high visibility). High visible speed bumps ensure that at night whether it is within a town or city they are seen. When driving on an unlit or dimly lit road, the lights of a vehicle display the speed bump with its reflective surface.

Replaceable Speed Bump Materials:
• Rubber
• Vulcanised rubber
• Polyurethane
• Metal
• Steel
The speed bumps are normally pre-shaped but you can select a speed bump by size – height, width, depth (length)

How does a speed bump protect cables and wires?
Channels are designed underneath the speed bump to store cables and wires. The channels are built into the speed bump by the manufacturer and help in protecting the cables from traffic travelling over the speed bump. When buying a speed bump that requires cable channels, ensure that you match the cable size to the channel size.

Necessary for attaching a replaceable speed bump to a road surface safely and securely.
• Asphalt fixation bolts
• Expandable bolts
• Fixing kits
• Concrete fixings