The tactile marking system
Safety creates quality of life. Accessible and inclusive orientation is a basic social need. EUROTAC helps visually impaired people in particular to find their way in public spaces.
EUROTAC guidance systems offer optimal orientation. They act on both a tactile and visual level, guiding people safely and reliably along their way. The result is significantly better quality of life and mobility.
"EUROTAC tactile guidance systems are an essential contribution to make public space barrier-free and better accessible for the handicapped, thus improving the quality of life and mobility of the blind and visually impaired."
Bianca Pape, Product Manager, SWARCO Road Marking Systems
RELIABILITY CREATES TRUST
Extremely resilient and resistant
Certified slip-resistant material surface
Resistant to frost, snow and salt
Quick and easy to apply
Very good price-to-performance ratio
SENSORY AND VISUAL CONTRAST
White and coloured plates for better detectability
Tactile ground elements for low-texture paving and flooring (The plates can form various patterns indicating direction, drawing attention or marking boarding areas, etc.)
Borders along the sides of low-contrast paving and flooring
RIB STRUCTURE APPLICATIONS
Guiding strip – guiding in longitudinal direction
Directional field – indication of walking direction at crossing points
Boarding field – marking the boarding point in public transport vehicles
Barrier field – warning of a zero drop
Locating strips for lateral crossing points and general destinations (e.g. bus boarding, access,
DOME STRUCTURE APPLICATIONS
Junction field – Branches and directional turns
Attention field – indication of dangers and obstacles
Finding strips for lateral crossing points and general destinations (e.g. bus boarding, access,
1. Cleaning the surface
The surface must be dry,
clean and free of grease and oil.
2. Pre-marking and taping
Mark the outline with tape.
3. Applying special adhesive
Apply the special adhesive
in an even layer.
4. Laying the plates
Lay the plates on the fresh layer
of special adhesive and
gently press them into position.
We recommend using a pressure roller to achieve
a perfect bond with no bubbles between the plates
and the surface (special adhesive).
Remove the tape before
the special adhesive is cured.