What is the difference between ESP’s Surface Applied (SA) & Cast In Place (CIP) Tactile Indicators?
Surface Applied – Tactile Indicators that are glued and screwed on top of any stable surface. They are fast to install, simple to retrofit and withstand the toughest pedestrian use.
Cast In Place – Tactile Indicators that are applied during the curing of wet concrete. When the concrete becomes cured, the ESP Access® Tile becomes mechanically fixed to the finished substrate.
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The IPWEA NSW & ACT State Conference is held annually and runs for two days. The aim for the c...Read More
Australian Standards – TGSI Application
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Access® Tile Product Review with Accredited Disability Access Consultant
In recent times, Access Solutions National (ASN) Accredited Disability Access Consultant 'Dale Shepp...Read More
Tactile Ground Surface Indicator Facts
Why are Tactile Ground Surface Indicators mandatory on footpaths and in buildings? The practical ...Read More
Which Tactile Indicator Fixings To Use?
Confused about which Tactile Indicator fixings you should be using to install ESP’s Access® Tile ...Read More
Installing TGSI’s On Asphalt – What do I need to know?
A question that we are often asked by first time users and civil contractors is 'Can I install Tacti...Read More