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Tactile Studs and Tactile Strips

Tactile Studs and Tactile Strips

SKYHALL® Fence provides a wide range of tactile studs and tactile strips for use as anti-slip aids. The tactile paving inserts are made of 304, 304L, and 316L stainless steel, available in a variety of finishes that can also be customized as per specific needs.

As an excellent alert mechanism, tactile studs and tactile strips provide an anti-slip surface for both sighted and visually impaired pedestrians. They are widely used in areas with a large flow of people like train stations and bust stops.

Our anti-slip tactile studs are in compliance with AS 1428.4-2002 & AS 1428.1-2009. Taking grooved, diamond, and smooth insert surfaces, all of them reach the standard anti-slip grade.


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Tactile Studs and Strips for

  • Bus Stop
  • Train Station
  • Pedestrian Crossing Points
  • Commercial Building
  • Airport

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Product Specification

Tactile Studs and Tactile Strips

Type Material Type Thickness Picture
Tactile Stud Ss304 Pineapple Grain
Straight Stripe
Smooth Surface
tactile stud
Tactile Strip Ss304 Pineapple Grain
Straight Stripe
Smooth Surface
tactile strip

Feature & Benefits

Different from signposts on the footpaths, these tactile studs and tactile strips are detectable by foot or cane, especially friendly to people who are visually impaired.

All our tactile studs and strips are made of high quality 304, 304L, 316L stainless steel, durable enough to withstand high traffic wear from pedestrians.

They are relatively quick to fit as a permanent fixture and remove the necessity to re-pave an area for the provision of better accessibility.

Various Finishes
Our tactile studs and strips are available in different finishes among which the pineapple pattern design is classical and marketable. Just download our product brochure and contact our professional sales team for assistance in selecting the best studs and strips for your projects.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The height of a tactile stud or strip is measured from the base of the stud head and not the fixing pin. The required height for tactile studs and strips protruding from a flat surface is 5mm because that’s the proper height providing enough impedance to the walker to be an obvious signal without becoming a trip hazard.

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Tactile strips are usually used to compose guiding lines. The surface-mounted guiding lines will effectively direct impaired people to walk steadily without any departure from the necessary direction.


Different from tactile strips, tactile studs are normally used to compose warning fields that alert impaired people if there is a change in direction or a potential obstacle in the way.

Our tactile studs and tactile strips are usually used in combination in public areas like train stations, airports, courthouses, museums, office buildings, schools, hospitals, shopping malls, and squares to provide guidance to physically challenged people.


Tactile studs and strips are also known as tactile ground surface indicators (TGSI’s). They are used to assist visually impaired pedestrians in avoiding dangers. Tactile studs indicate the presence of dangers, and tactile strips provide direction guidance along a continuous accessible path for travel.  

There are some standards in Australia indicating where, when, and how TGSI’s should be installed. 

  • Australian Standards (AS 1428.1-2009| Design for Access and Mobility)
  • The National Construction Code/Building Code of Australia
    • The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA)

However, you can use the following public areas as general guidelines for installing TGSI’s.

  • Stairways
  • Escalators
  • Passenger moving walks
  • Ramps
  • Areas which lack suitable barriers






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