RoadKare Speed Tables
- Made of recycled rubber.
- Will not be damaged by exposure to engine oil, road salts, transmission fluid, anti-freeze, or gasoline. Also resists damage from inclement weather and extreme temperatures.
- Has a tensile strength of 500 psi.
RoadKare Speed tables are raised traffic calming devices that are 3 inches high and flat-topped. This design facilitates a smoother ride and can therefore be driven over at a higher speed than speed humps. Speed tables are used when less drastic vehicle slowing is desired.
Speed tables are flat-topped speed humps with room for the entire wheelbase of a passenger car to rest on top. The flat top design allows cars to maintain slightly higher speeds than they would on speed humps, slowing vehicles to estimated speeds of 20-25 mph. This makes speed tables the ideal solution for roads with typical residential speed limits. Speed tables are 3 inches high. Most often used in lengths of 14 or 21 feet, the tables can be customized to any length and to the width of your roads in increments of 18”.
How to Use
Each cushion is packaged with compatible lag bolts, anchors, bolt caps, and two-part adhesive. Installation will also require a 9/16” masonry bit (preferably 18” long), a heavy-duty hammer drill, an impact wrench, a long-nose air nozzle or vacuum, and a resin applicator gun. Clear any dirt or debris from the installation site prior to setting up the speed table, and use the vacuum (or blower) during the installation process to keep the space clean.
For detailed, step-by-step building instructions, refer to the .pdf link in the item’s description. Please remember to read all instructions (and have the necessary materials at the ready) before beginning the project; the resin included in the kit will harden completely within 15 minutes of application. Do not over tighten bolts and anchors.
RoadKare Speed TablesPart No. 376582cb6719
Speed tables are raised traffic calming devices that are 3 inches high and flat-topped. This design facilitates a smoother ride and can therefore be driven over at a higher speed than speed humps.