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TPA Product Profile ROADWAY PLATE TPA’s Crossing Plates are suitable for heavy vehicle use and as Heavy Duty Roadways or for Trench Crossing. Further details can be found at;
TPA’s Steel road plates feature lifting holes for ease of handling and feature an anti-skid surface. TPA’s Steel Crossing Plates are a low cost, easy to deploy steel ground protection panel for a wide range of uses within the construction, groundwork’s and civils industries. 2440
Crossing Road Plate
About • Steel road crossing plates available in plain steel or anti-skid. • Anti-skid plates incorporate resin-bonded bauxite chippings. • Standard size 2,400mm x 1,200mm; weight approx 600kgs.
TPA Crossing Plate
Crossing Plate Specifications Highlights Dimensions & Weights
(mm) 2400 (8ft)
(mm) 1200 (4ft)
Trench Width (M)
Allowable Load on a Single Roadplate (kN) (FOS = 1.5)
Minimum overlap should be 500mm
trench width, b
road crossing plates • Steel available with plain steel
or anti-skid traction surface for safe vehicle and pedestrian use.
plates incorporate • Anti-skid resin-bonded bauxite chippings.
to degradation • Resistant caused by weather conditions.
cost effective • Safer, solution for heavy duty vehicles or as trench covers.
• Temporary Roadway. • Ideally suited for;
Compounds Civils Construction Trench Covers
+ Many more
effective span, L
• Not suitable for use on public highways for trenches over 700mm wide. • Not suitable for use with vehicle / machinery speeds over 5mph. • The ground must be assessed to determine that the ground itself has sufficient strength to support the loads that will be acting upon it.
• High speed impacts and braking forces can introduce lateral loading that can overcome the fixings / mounting.
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Product Design Protected by Patent(s) Document Issue date: 16/08/16 Document Version: 1.2