The Siglite glass road stud is a heavy duty road marker, designed for use in all highways, including motorways, trunk roads and urban locations. It has a good level of retro-reflectivity, which is visible across a very wide approach angle and has excellent retention over a long period. Siglites are made in fully tempered long life glass and withstand high traffic volumes. They are ideal for rural locations as they can be seen from all approach angles, marking out bends & curves far more effectively than other studs.
Features and Benefits
- Solvent-free formula reduces VOC's
- Remains workable all year round for easy laying
- CE marked, to ensure meets standards required
- Can be re-opened to traffic immediately after compaction
- Straightforward application with no requirement for hot works
- Increases in strength over time, after application
Siglites are installed into a circular recess cut into the surface. This recess can either be cut using a static drill rig or truck mounted miller equipment. The recess size is 110mm diameter & 25-28mm deep.
The recess needs to be dust-free & dry, before installation of studs
The product is supplied ready to use.
Siglite glass studs can be fixed using polymer modified stud grout or Meon K2 stud adhesive.
Dispense sufficient stud adhesive for the stud to be placed evenly. Install the Siglite road stud ensuring that the stud is level with the top of the surface, arrow is in direction of traffic flow and that adhesive has risen evenly around the edge of the stud.
The road can be opened to traffic as soon as the adhesive has set.
It is very important to observe the correct temperature parameters, especially when using polymer stud grout. Siglites should not be installed using stud grout if stud temperature is less than 10 degrees C.
It is also most important to install to correct height, as any mis-alignment may result in reduced reflectivity
Refer to relevant adhesive data sheet; typically between 5 & 30 minutes