Traffic barriers moulds
Concrete traffic barriers mould types
Concrete traffic barriers are means of ensuring safety on roads with heavy traffic, significantly reducing the number of serious accidents. Concrete barriers feature a long service life, a high degree of protection, as well as a relatively simple installation and running. Concrete traffic barriers can be permanent and temporary (installed during road works). Under the European quality standard DIN EN1317, traffic barriers are classified according to the principle of qualitative characteristics (degree of impact severity under different conditions). There are in situ concrete barriers and guardrails made of concrete blocks. The products can be manufactured with one-sided or double-sided profile. The cut surface of the base provides an easy barrier run-over, thereby reducing the risk of a strong body contact with the guardrail. Standard traffic barrier profiles: Step, New-Jersey (the most popular type), the F. configuration of all-Union Standard for production of such traffic barriers does not exist in Russia at this time, so the items are produced according to technical specifications.
Traffic barriers usage:
- Road sections with high turnoff risk;
- Road sections with steep slopes (roadbeds, paved parapets, cliffy lots, etc.);
- Signing separators;
- Water conservation zones;
- Road sections near railway tracks.
M-Konstruktor traffic barrier steel mould
M-Konstruktor produces traffic barrier steel moulds both of standard and individual sizes. M-Konstruktor steel moulds can be equipped with electric vibrators upon the customer’s request. Hinged skirtings of the mould allow the final product to be dismantled easily. moulds can have the capacity for one or two items to be produced at a time. Production costs. The traffic barrier steel mould production cost depends on required technical characteristics of the final product and is specified in sales department.
Cost of production and delivery
Delivery is available throughout the territory of European Union and Eurasian Union countries and other countries. Shipment is available in different ways: by railroad, by heavy trucks, by sea.