The elevated platform design of the speed tables ensures that speeding cars slow down while safe drivers can continue driving at typical residential speed limits.
Patented interlocking construction connects units like puzzle pieces, keeping them firmly in place
Modular units allow you to customize your solution length, width, tape color, and choose striping or arrows. The opportunities are limitless.
Made of 100% recycled rubber, Traffic Logix speed tables are an eco-conscious way to protect your streets. Grants are often available to municipalities who are buying recycled products.
Rubber speed tables are long-lasting and removable for years of continuous use. Other solutions often require costly replacements while the Traffic Logix table units can simply be removed and reinstalled as necessary.
With a choice of yellow or white highway tape embedded into each unit, the speed tables are highly visible, even at night or in poor lighting conditions
Prefabricated units offer consistency at all locations, an important factor for motorist acceptance and ease of use. Unlike concrete and asphalt, rubber units maintain their shape over time and do not contract with heat or vehicle pressure.
The tables are quick and easy to install by connecting the units and securing them to the road with anchors and bolts. Traffic Logix units are smaller than the industry standard for easier installation. No road closures or skilled laborers are necessary.
The speed tables can be removed for road resurfacing, snow plows, or to test the products at numerous locations. Unlike asphalt and concrete which must be destroyed during removal, the rubber tables can simply be removed and reinstalled.
The Traffic Logix speed tables are maintenance free and built to resist temperature fluctuations, inclement weather conditions, and ongoing vehicle traffic.
Two year warranty on speed table components installed as per manufacturer's instructions.
Width: 18” (+/- 1/16”)
Length: 42” (+/- 1/8”)
Thickness: 3” (+/- 1/8”)
Width: from 7’ up, by 3.5’ increments
Length: according to a street width, from 6’ by 1.5’ increments
Height: 3” or 4”
Width: 7’, 14’, 21’
Length: according to a street width
Height: 3” or 4”
Entrance and exit gradient: 1:15
Side gradient: 1:3
Material: 100% recycled synthetic and natural rubber composite
Tensile strength: minimum 500 psi
Shore hardness: minimum 70A
Specific gravity: 1.1
Marking: rubber modules are available in black or black with yellow or white reflective tape.
This product is available in a range of taping styles. Please select one of the styles below to see a larger sample:
Step 1. Clean the surrounding installation area by using the street broom.
Step 2. Using the Chalk, mark a line parallel to the curb and one that is perpendicular to the road. Use these lines to square up your Traffic Calming Product.
Step 3. Identify and separate the pieces that run parallel to the curb for both sides of the Traffic Calming Product.
Step 4. Assemble and position the first row of outside units. Make sure that all of the tongues are facing out towards the center of the Traffic Calming Product. Use the tongue and groove system to ensure the units interlocked properly as shown below.
Step 5. Drill 9/16" diameter holes into the asphalt, through the existing holes of the first row using the hammer drill. The holes should be 3 1/2" deep in order to accommodate the plastic shields which are 3" long.
Step 6. Use an air compressor ensure that all the holes are clear of dust and debris.
Step 7. Insert plastic anchors into the holes and install them securely into the asphalt surface.
Step 8. Using the high speed drill, insert the bolts and washer into the plastic anchor. Ensure that the bolts are snug but do not over tighten.
Step 9. Once the first row has been bolted to the ground you can begin assembling the next row of panels. Using a 10 lb sledge hammer, knock the row snug to the first row. Continue to assemble and connect the additional rows while at the same time drilling out the holes for the rows that have been completed. Continue installing the rows until half the width of the street is completed. Then, proceed to the other half. This sequence allows traffic to flow through half the street at any given time.