High quality yellow reflective rubber speed hump / road speed ramp
/ Traffic safey ramp
2. Size: 1000mm*350mm*50mm/piece (L*W*H)
3. Weight: 16kg/meter
1. Made of high quality rubber.
2. Color Lasting: No fade within 2 year.
3. Good quality could shock absorbent , anti-UV, heat and cold
4.The Rubber Speed Hump can lower vehicle's speed when the pass by,
but at the
same time the driver have no feeling of being hit.
5. In the daytime, its warning color which is yellow and black is
6. The hump is installed with a reflection that can reflect the
in the evening, which can attract drivers' attention and enhance
the safety accordingly.
FAQ(Frequently Asked Questions):
1. What is the capability of your company ?
Skypro is a professional manufacturer of rubber sheet for more than
Top 10 biggest rubber factory in China.
2.What is production capability each year?
We produce more than 18000 tons of rubber sheet products each year.
3.How can I get some samples?
We are pleased to offer you free samples. New clients are expected
to pay for the delivery cost, this charge will be deducted from the
payment for formal order.
About speed hump
A speed hump (also called a road hump, or undulation,and speed ramp) is a rounded traffic calming device used to reduce vehicle speed
and volume on residential streets. Humps are placed across the road
to slow traffic and are often installed in a series of several
humps in order to prevent cars from speeding before and after the
hump. Common speed hump shapes are parabolic, circular, and
Generally, speed humps are 12 to 14 feet (3.7 to 4.25 m) in length
and span the width of the road. The height of humps ranges from 3
to 4 inches (7.5 to 10 cm).The length and height of the speed humps
determine the speed at which traffic will travel over the devices.
Shorter lengths and greater heights slow cars most drastically.
When placed in a series 350–550 feet (100–170 m) apart, humps will
reduce 85 percentile speeds by 8–10 mph (13–15 km/h).
A warning sign notifies motorists before humps. Humps generally
have pavement markings to enhance visibility and a taper edge near
the curb to allow a gap for drainage.
Speed humps are used in locations where very low speeds are desired
and reasonable. Speed humps are typically placed on residential roads and are not
used on major roads, bus routes, or primary emergency response
routes. Placement is generally mid-block between intersections.
Typical speeds resulting from speed humps are 10–20 mph (15–30
km/h). Studies show an average 18% reduction in traffic volume and
an average 13% reduction in collisions.