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Traffic safety products designed to Australian specifications and are built to withstand the harsh Aussie weather and roads.
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Super heavy duty, Metal Speed Hump. Made from 5mm thick, high density steel and is the ultimate option for reducing traffic speed in heavy conditions. Suitable for all types of traffic but works great for heavy trucks, industrial businesses and high use construction yards. The higher profile 50mm height ensures traffic speed is reduced to a minimum while handling both light vehicles and heavy trucks alike. High Quality Steel Speed Humps are a great alternative to rubber speed ramps, as they will not break down over time, or sag and bend after heavy use. Great in high traffic areas such as car parks, inwards/outwards loading areas and corporate building driveways. Note: The middle section of Metal Speed Humps typically come in 1m lengths. That means the highly rigid thick steel will not bend or conform to highly uneven surfaces. For uneven surfaces, Nortpac Australia have a number of Heavy Duty Rubber Speed Humps which will perform well under similar heavy duty conditions.
Especially for Heavy Trucks and Industrial Use Speed Humps, it is essential that you use a professional Civil Contractor, Line Marker or Traffic Safety Qualified Installer. For small, low-impact requirements, you may follow the below guideline if a professional install is not possible:
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