3m x 1.5m x 25mm Airside Road/Crossing Plates – Steel C/W Bevelled Edge and SALLY

Typical applications:

  • Aeroplane logo denotes ‘fit for airside works’
  • Unique serial number clearly marked for traceability
  • Can be used on streets and highways
  • Primarily used where top grade anti-skid with non friable,anti glare coating is required
  • Bevelled/chamfered edges on all four sides to avoid them being a trip hazard
  • To cross excavations up to 1,600 mm wide for masses such as highway traffic
  • Ideal for doing extended runs in carriageways where lifting and laying precisely and quickly is required. Eg Timed works windows
  • To cover trench up to 1,000 mm wide for trucks, heavy construction plant, cranes and forklifts
  • Also used for covering hardened or unmade ground such as playing fields and lawns areas for heavier traffic such as trucks, cranes and machinery
  • Temporary roadways for construction or high volumes of traffic (eg event car parks/goods vehicle access)
  • Can be bolted down with ANKERBOLTS to improve security and load performance
  • Not suitable for traversing with steel tracked vehicles, as their tracks will cause damage to the anti-skid surface if applied directly. (See our bare steel range)
  • As with all roadplates/crossing plates, the loadings for whatever passes over them will be transferred to the areas bearing the edges of the plate. Adequate measures to shore the underlying excavations should be taken
  • Individually serial numbered for tracking purposes.

Mass: 883 kgs

Mechanical handling: Yes. Either SALLY or suitable forklift..

Scrim ratio: 70

Anti skid: Plasmerised alloy containing Titanium Carbide (one the hardest materials known to man), then treated with sealing and dulling epoxy paint system

Securing method: Precision drilled and counterbored for M18 ANKERBOLTS or similar

Specification sheet

Case study: Airside – London Heathrow