Ultra-Detectable Warning Mats
ADA Pads for Walkways
Ultra-Detectable Warning Mats are an economical way to stay in compliance with the Americans Disabilities Act (ADA). Regulation compliance is important to all businesses and facilities throughout the country. ADA pads feature flexible matting surfaces that include raised, truncated domes to serve as an immediate texture change for walkers. ADA pads precede intersections to warn pedestrians with visual impairments of the upcoming traffic junction.
Ultra-Detectable Warning Mats have tough fibers that create firm, durable surfaces to warn oncoming walkers. Each detectable warning surface is additionally coated in two layers of gel to protect against sunlight and allow the mat to maintain its strength and color over an extended period of time. When compared to other composites, this unbreakable ADA pad offers increased slip and impact resistance.
Ultra-Detectable Warning Mats Features
- Raised Surface
- Flexible, Unbreakable Construction
- Several Color Options (Yellow, Brick Red, Safety Red, and Black)
- Multiple Sizes Available
Ultra-Detectable Warning Mats Benefits
- ADA Compliant (28 CFR Part 36 [Section 4.29])
- Quick, Easy Installation
- Slip and Impact Resistant
- Reduces Personnel Falls and Injuries
Ultra-Detectable Warning Mat Installation and Specifications
All ADA warning pads come with adhesives and anchors for installation. Adhesives attach to the back of the mat for complete installment to the ground. The Ultra-Detectable Warning Mats are a retrofit model, meaning they can be installed on top of already-constructed surfaces. The detectable warning surface fits on flat surfaces, sidewalks, slight inclines, dips, and slopes.
|2' x 2' (610 mm x 610 mm)||8 lbs. (3.6 kg)|
|2' x 3' (610 mm x 914 mm)||11 lbs. (5 kg)|
|2' x 4' (610 mm x 1,219 mm)||15 lbs. (6.8 kg)|
|2' x 5' (610 mm x 1,524 mm)||19 lbs. 8.6 kg)|
ADA Compliance with Ultra-Detectable Warning Mats
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) passed in 1990, prohibiting discrimination based upon individual disability. One of the provisions requires tactile warning surfaces of a certain standard on walking surfaces – 28 CFR Part 26 (Section 4.29) ADA Standards for Accessible Design. The detectable warning mats offered by GEI Works are in complete compliance of these codes.
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