The Functions of Directional Tactile Indicator Bar & Strips
Directional tactile indicators
are guided the way for the blind or vision-impaired.
(A). To give directional orientation in open spaces where there are insufficient
tactile directional cues, e.g., handrails or walls;
NOTE: A person who is blind or vision impaired may need to negotiate a large internal/external public space, plaza or courtyard to have access to reception, a toilet, a public telephone or other facility for which there are no existing tactile directional cues.
(B). To designate the route to be taken to avoid a hazard in the absence of existing tactile cues.
(C). To give directional orientation where a person must deviate. Our main material for tactile bars is Stainless steel ( Marine Grade stainless steel 316 & 304), Brass , Red copper , Aluminum , Polyurethane (PU ) .
Application Field of Directional Tactile Indicator
They are ideally designed to be installed onto pedestrian surfaces such as as Metro, Airport, Schools, Bus station, Railway station, Plaza, Childcare Centres, etc.
We have two ranges of directional tactiles. Series I is our standard range which are stocked items, however Series II consists of TGSI which are not generally stocked and could be up to a 2-4 weeks lead time.