The speed bump is made of high-strength rubber, which has good compression resistance, and the slope body has a certain degree of softness. There is no strong bumpy feeling when the vehicle hits, and the shock absorption and shock absorption effects are excellent. So do you know what are the standards for speed bumps? The following editors will give you a detailed introduction. Interested friends can take a look at the following article:
The specifications and sizes of speed bumps of different materials are also different. Let's take two common speed bumps: cast steel speed bump and rubber speed bump. Summary: Through the above speed bump pictures, we can clearly understand the detailed speed bump specifications, which can be used as a reference factor when purchasing speed bumps.
What is the appropriate height of the speed bump? In order to limit the speed of vehicles driving at places such as road crossings and community entrances, a variety of speed bumps have been installed, and the height of the speed bumps is different. In the end, the height of the speed bump is set to How much is appropriate? In actual use, in addition to the speed bumps produced by some manufacturers, some are produced by small workshops, or even set by individuals. Such speed bumps do not have a unified standard, and the height of the speed bumps are also different.
At present, the country has not issued standards on speed bumps. However, there is a relatively uniform standard for the production of speed bumps: the width of the speed bump should not exceed 30 cm, and the thickness (height) should not exceed 5 cm. According to the width of the road surface, there are two lengths of 25 cm and 1 meter. It should be covered with black and yellow stripes. If the height of the speed bump is too high, it is easy to cause traffic accidents. Therefore, it is safe for the manufacturer to control the height of the speed bump within 5 cm.