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At PITTMAN™ we specialise in modular rubber speed bumps – the favoured choice for traffic calming in the UK. Speed bumps are just one of the modular rubber traffic calming systems which we offer: others include speed humps, speed cushions, temporary speed bumps and speed tables.
What is the purpose of speed bumps?
Speed bumps are used to slow vehicle traffic. The bump they cause deter drivers from driving over them at high speeds.
How to install speed bumps?
Speed bumps can be bolted directly into the ground for instant traffic calming. Modular speed bumps are very easy to install and are much more cost-effective than concrete speed bumps.
Why use a modular rubber traffic calming system?
Rubber speed bumps have distinct advantages over concrete or tarmac formed ramps. The precise moulding on a rubber bump means the height is uniform across the width of the speed bump and speed is regulated exactly.
There is a great difference on the deflection achieved by a 50mm speed bump and an irregularly formed 30mm concrete version. Remember also rubber speed bumps will not chip, rot or crack. The modular sections are easily replaced if damaged or worn, whereas repairing a tarmac speed bump is very problematic. Foremost is the ease of installation of rubber speed bumps – supplied in modular bolt-down sections – fitting is fast, safe and less disruptive than forming a speed ramp from concrete or tarmac.
We believe we have the widest and best range of speed bumps in the UK:
Speed Bump Complete Kit - 50mm Economy– ideal for residential or low traffic areas
XPT-50 Speed Bump Kit 50mm – made from 100% pure vulcanised rubber for ultimate durability
Easy Rider Complete Speed Bump Kit – super quick install with 6ft long sections
75mm Rubber Speed Bump Kit – a very severe ramp for high risk areas only
XPT Berlin Speed Cushion – for areas with mixed HGV and cars with a visual and physical speed deterrent
Email our sales team for any assistance or advise choosing the best traffic calming system for your property at firstname.lastname@example.org