Rubber Tactile Indicators for Better Protection of Visually Impaired Individuals
Rubber tactile indicators are a type of protective building material used in hospitals, shopping malls, hotels, and large venues. Its main purpose is to guide visually impaired people to find the correct direction and prevent them from walking the wrong way or colliding with objects and getting injured.
Rubber tactile indicators are made from high-quality natural and synthetic rubber as the base material, with filling materials and pigments that do not contain any heavy metals. It is an environmentally friendly product that does not contain PVC or stone powder. The surface has protruding particles, with circular ones indicating the blind path and strip-shaped ones indicating the walking path.
It refers to a fixed form of ground tiles laid on sidewalks or other places that create tactile and foot sensations for visually impaired people, guiding them to walk forward and distinguish directions to reach their destination.
It has a strip-shaped surface, guiding visually impaired people to continue walking directly forward through the touch and foot sensations of the blind stick.
It has a circular surface, used at the starting point, turning point, endpoint of the blind way, and to indicate the location of service facilities, notifying visually impaired people of unsafe or dangerous situations ahead, and having a warning effect.
Blind bars are manufactured according to the relevant standards of the International Federation of the Disabled, with excellent design and sensitivity to touch, strong corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and long service life. This high-strength plastic rubber tactile indicator has a beautiful and smooth surface, suitable for indoor or outdoor decoration. Its contoured model not only enhances the safety of the blind path but also beautifies the environment. During construction, the installation method is simple and convenient, just applying glue.
Rubber tactile indicators have different specifications in product sizes, with strip-shaped and circular dots. The common color is yellow, which is environmentally friendly, wear-resistant, and has a long service life. It is installed in public places such as airports, train stations, bus stations, large shopping malls, commercial streets, and pedestrian crossings, providing "directional guidance" and "danger warning" for people with visual impairments. It also serves as a decorative and beautiful feature.