Ramp Up tactile warning system installs in minutes

Ramp Up is a new ADA-compliant tactile warning system that can be installed on both concrete and asphalt in as little as 10 minutes. Developed by SafetyStepTD, it is based on the same technology as their Tactile Warning System — however, Ramp Up uses prefabricated cementitious mats to reduce installation time compared to the other system.

Optimized for use on curb ramps and other areas where a single tile is needed, Ramp Up comes in many prefinished sizes. Adhesive, slip-resistant materials, and one of several colors of topcoat are factory-applied to the flexible cementitious mat. Prefabrication ensures a uniform finish across the entire project and substantially reduces the amount of employee training required for installation.

Furthermore, the prefab process is more efficient than on-site assembly, reducing the cost of materials. Application is reduced to a single step: peel the backing off the mat and stick it to the pavement.

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