Tactile Plates

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DINO GRIP Tactile plates are a 4mm thick GRP tile incorporating raised profiles to warn people when they are approaching a change in elevation such as railway platforms, pedestrian crossings, staircase ascent and descent areas and many other areas.

Available in blister and corduroy designs, the raised areas incorporate aluminium oxide for increased wear and anti slip.

  • Hard wearing & Durable
  • No need for excavation
  • Use internally or externally
  • Choice of top style


High Quality
All DINO GRIP Tactile plates are made from a unique method of using fibreglass and resins. This method ensures that each and every DINO GRIP Tactile plate has exactly the same high quality finish, as opposed to “hand; layout” products which can be inconsistent.

Anti Slip
As with the majority of the DINO GRIP range a special grit formula is added to the top layer to offer extra anti slip properties over traditional materials.

Do it Yourself Installation
Installation of DINO GRIP Tactile plates is quick and easy. DINO GRIP Tactile plates are glued and screwed to the existing substrate therefore eliminating the need for time consuming and costly excavation. DINO GRIP Tactile plates are available in 400mm x 400mm standard size.


Blister Onstreet Tactile
The purpose of the blister surface is to provide a warning to visually impaired people who would otherwise find it difficult to notice the difference between where the footpath ends and the road begins. The surface is an essential safety feature for this group of road users at pedestrian crossing areas.

Blister Offstreet Tactile
This design has flat topped domes set in evenly spaced rows parallel to the direction of travel along the platform. The offset of the domes indicates the direction of travel. Used adjacent to safe carriageway crossings, the surface can be any colour other than red, but should provide a good contrast with the surrounding area to assist partially sighted people.

Corduroy Tactile
The purpose of the corduroy surface is to warn visually impaired people of the presence of hazards, such as stairs, level crossings or the approach to on-street light rapid transit (LRT) platforms. Consisting of rows of parallel half-round bars, it conveys the message “hazard;, proceed with caution”.;

All three surfaces of Tactile Plates are available Buff.
The Blister Onstreet and the Coduroy Tactile Plate is also available in red.