9 foot Recycled Plastic Speed Bump
Part #: 9FTPLASTICSPEEDBUMP
Our Price: $198.95
Shipping Weight: 150.00 pounds
Having problems with vehicles moving too fast through your park? Slow them down with our street speedbump. Speed bumps have long been known to be a traffic calming device. Protect pedestrians, bicyclists and other park patrons by enforcing the speed limit in your park. Our plastic speed bump is 100% recycled plastic, solid plastic, easy to install, maintenance free-no painting required, and is both chemical and weather resistant. This product is not returnable unless damaged or defective.
Dimensions: 10 inches W x 9 feet L x 2 inches T
Hardware can be bought below or at a local hardware store. For asphalt applications, use five 0.5 x 12 inch with 1.125 head steel spikes. For concrete application, use five 0.5 x 5.5 inch lag screws with expanding lag shields and ten 0.5 inch flat washers.
Manufactured in the U.S.A. to keep Americans working.
Solid Plastic Speed Bump Installation Instructions: 1. Position the speed bump in its installation position and using its pre-drilled holes as templates, mark the location of each hole on the roadways surface.
2. Remove the speed bump. Using a high-speed hammer drill with a 3/4 inch masonry bit, drill a hole at each marked location to a depth of 3 1/2 inches below the parking surface.
3. Place the speed bump, bottom up, on a firm surface. Apply a strip of the butyl tape on each side of the holes.
4. Smooth and adhere the tape to the bottom of the speed bump by hand or with a roller. Remove the protective paper.
5. Insert a lag anchor into each hole (large anchor opening on top). Tap the anchor into the holes with a hammer so that the anchors are set flush with the surface. Place a washer over each anchor hole.
6. Make sure the substrate is thoroughly clean and dry. Reposition the speed bump in its installation position. Apply firm hand pressure. Slip a washer onto a lag bolt, insert the bolt through a pre-drilled hole in the speed bump and tighten the bolt about three-quarters of the way with the 3/4 inch socket. Repeat for each hole in the speed bump. Finish tightening each bolt until just snug. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN! Excessive tightening may damage the bump and void the product warranty.