Securing and Fixing to the Road Deck

On Site and Secure Storage Hire

Despite their inherent mass, sometimes it it is necessary to install fixings to bolt roadplates to the road, yard or pathway surface. Reasons requiring their fixing down include the prevention of noise from 'rocking' or 'clanging', security, to prevent their unauthorised removal or client lead requirements resulting from Health and safety analysis and risk mitigation.

We offer a range of solutions and are always happy to offer advice on the suitability of individual methods.

Road Plate pin

These bespoke dome headed, high tensile steel pin have been developed and manufactured by us in response from the management request via  SGN-SSE for the mains renewal programme in South East England. Inexpensive and simple to install they are a good, budget solution when used with the 2.5 x 1.25 range in 12, 20 and…

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ANKER Bolt – For Roadplates

Originally brought into our range for the BAA airport specification plates. They are a heavy duty, hex headed, nominal M18 masonry fixing. Being a quality and galvanised product they can be used a number of times, subject to fixing hole integrity. The prep is simply a 16mm masonry drill bit into substrate such as concrete…

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ANKER Screw for Roadplates

These ANKER or In-Dex hex headed 6.7 mm screws offer a quick and robust method of securing the likes of AADEPT, RREPtiles, Modular GRP, lighter weight checker plates and access ramps. They are available in a variety of lengths Specification sheet

Adhesives

The construction industry is constantly developing a vast spectrum of adhesives and sealers, some of which can be suitable for use with roadplates. However serious thought should be given to how adhered plates will be released at the end of their use and how both the plate and the affected areas can be restored. Also,…

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Bridge Plate Inserts

These engineered items were born out of the Aston-Mat project. Where multiple cycles of bolting down and re-lifting into the exact same positions were required. Because these incorporate a standard engineering type thread, it opens up the option of using the range of secure headed fixings such as ‘tamper proof’, ‘security torx’ and ‘security-hex headed’…

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