Detectable Warning Systems
Detectable Warning Surfaces for Pedestrian Crossing
ADA Solutions is the world leader in detectable warning systems.
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The most extensive selection in the industry, ADA Solutions offers the following models in a variety of sizes and colors:
- RADIUS SYSTEMS (U.S. Patent Pending)
After years of research & development, we are happy to announce that our latest innovation, a Radius Tactile Surface, is now ready for immediate shipping. We offer both Replaceable Wet-Set, and Surface Applied versions of this incredibly versatile product line.
- REPLACEABLE WET-SET (U.S. Patent # 7,779,581)
Our latest innovation is the only 100% replaceable Detectable Warning product on the market. Pressed into wet concrete, our new replaceable pavers are the most durable product available anywhere.
- SURFACE MOUNT
Our Surface Mount product is perfect for those projects where you need to retrofit an existing concrete substrate. Available in five different sizes, each of our Surface Mount tiles can be installed in as little as 10 minutes, dramatically reducing your installation costs.
We have shipped thousands of our Cast-In-Place pavers across the country. They are a great long-term solution for any job, under any weather conditions.
- REPLACEMENT GRAPHIC TILE SYSTEM
Turn a mandatory ADA expense into a significant source of revenue or advertising.
Ground placed advertising wherever detectable warnings are required: Retail, Restaurants, Stadiums, Train Station Edges, Curb Ramps.
Strategic placement in front of various retail entrances/ Perfect for Targeted Advertising.
Possibly the most cost-efficient form of advertising available today
- CAST IRON TACTILE
705.1.3 Contrast. Detectable Warning Surfaces shall contrast visually with adjacent walking surfaces either light-on-dark, or dark-on-light.
Slip-resistant textured surface
Cast iron is an environmentally responsible product that is completely recyclable after its use
While working with municipality accessibility committees and street safety planners it is evident that an attractive look and ease of installation are critical to their decision making for tactile warning panels. With these objectives in mind we have drawn up a Specification List that will serve as a guide to increasing the panel useful life and attractiveness, while lowering install time.