Stylish Brass Tactiles: Beyond visual impairment
One of the primary considerations when installing brass tactile studs is the need to maintain a significant visual contrast between the studs and the floor surface. According to accessibility guidelines and best practices, a minimum of 60% luminance contrast must be achieved between these tactile indicators and the surrounding floor. This is a fundamental requirement as it enables individuals with visual impairments to easily detect and identify these studs, contributing to safer navigation.
Beyond the requirement for visual contrast, brass tactile studs often come with a P5 slip rating. This rating indicates a high level of slip resistance, making them an excellent choice for areas where the risk of slipping is a concern. Whether these studs are installed indoors or outdoors, in public spaces or private properties, their slip resistance ensures stability and safety under various conditions, including wet or slippery surfaces.
Another critical feature of our brass 2810B tactile studs is their 20mm stem back. This particular dimension is carefully selected to provide optimal anchoring into the substrate. The 20mm stemback ensures a secure and durable installation, which is essential for long-term functionality. Additionally, it simplifies the installation process, making it more efficient and effective for professionals in the field.
Benefits and Features
– Bang-in Style with nylon plug is also available
– Requires 60% contrast with the floor surface