Canon Fasteners

Rohini, Delhi

GST No. 07AAOPG2234J1ZQ

Call 08048972291 70% Response Rate

our range

Tactile Strip

Prominent & Leading Manufacturer from Delhi, we offer stainless steel tactile indicator strip, stainless steel tactile strip with diamond surface, stainless steel tactile strip, stainless steel tactile adhesive with carborundum, stainless steel tactile strip with black / yellow carborundum and stainless steel tactile adhesive strip with line surface.
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Indicator Strip
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Indicator Strip
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Indicator Strip
Stainless Steel Tactile Indicator Strip

Stainless Steel Tactile Indicator Strip

Rs 200  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 500 Piece

Material GradeSS 304 & SS 316
ColorWhite
Usage/ApplicationConstruction
Thickness4.5mm
FinishMatte Finish
GradeSS 304 & SS 316
PackagingSteady and Printed Box and Carton
TypeSS Tactile Strip
MaterialStainless Steel
Square Meter Ratio44 strip per 1 square m
Diameter35 mm
BrandCanon
Dimensions35 x 280 x 4.5 mm
Country of OriginMade in India

Tactile paving (also called truncated domes, detectable warnings, Tactile Ground Surface Indicators, detectable warning surfaces is a system of textured ground surface indicators found on many footpaths, stairs and train station platforms to assist pedestrians who are blind or visually impaired. There are approximately 42 million blind or partially sighted people worldwide. A small proportion of those people have no sight at all. The remainder have varying degrees of residual vision which may enable them to function visually to different degrees.
Tactile paving is often bright/ shining, or another bright or contrasting colour to the surrounding area, which marks as a  secondary warning to those who have poor vision.

  • Tactile paving is typically square or rectangular in shape, and the tiles contain significant bumps on the  surface, that are generally either circular or rectangular, and usually the circular bumps indicate ‘stop’, while the rectangular bumps signify ‘go’.
  • Generally, tactile paving has various requirements and standards, regulated by each country, that determine the size, shape, colour, and distribution of the bumps, and their placement in relation to hazardous areas.
  • Britain, Japan and Australia were among the countries that adopted tactile paving first, and the United States and Canada embraced the invention during the 1990s.
  • Tactile paving is usually made of hard material like stainless steel, Brass or other durable substance, and the paving can be found on steps, transport platforms, footpaths, and in other areas, although the use of the tiles on steep slopes is not normally recommended.
  •  For general pedestrians, as well as the visually impaired, the issue of safety regarding tactile paving is often controversial, as the bumps can cause difficulties for those in wheelchairs, and sometimes the tiles are hazardous or can become slippery, although there have been efforts to reduce these issues.


Additional Information:

  • Item Code: 123
  • Production Capacity: 10000 per week
  • Delivery Time: 2 Weeks
  • Packaging Details: 100 STrips/CTN

View Complete details

get quote request a call back
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Strip With Diamond Surface
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Strip With Diamond Surface
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Strip With Diamond Surface
Stainless Steel Tactile Strip With Diamond Surface

Stainless Steel Tactile Strip With Diamond Surface

Rs 200  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 500 Piece

Material GradeSS 304/ SS 316
Thickness4.5mm
ColorSilver
Grade304/316
Usage/ApplicationConstruction
Diameter35 mm,25 mm
Square Meter Ratio44 strip per 1 square m
BrandCanon
TypeSS Tactile Strip
PackagingSteady and Printed Box and Carton
MaterialSS 304,SS 316
Country of OriginMade in India

Tactile paving (also called truncated domes, detectable warnings, Tactile Ground Surface Indicators, detectable warning surfaces is a system of textured ground surface indicators found on many footpaths, stairs and train station platforms to assist pedestrians who are blind or visually impaired. There are approximately 42 million blind or partially sighted people worldwide. A small proportion of those people have no sight at all. The remainder have varying degrees of residual vision which may enable them to function visually to different degrees.
Tactile paving is often bright/ shining, or another bright or contrasting colour to the surrounding area, which marks as a  secondary warning to those who have poor vision.

  • Tactile paving is typically square or rectangular in shape, and the tiles contain significant bumps on the  surface, that are generally either circular or rectangular, and usually the circular bumps indicate ‘stop’, while the rectangular bumps signify ‘go’.
  • Generally, tactile paving has various requirements and standards, regulated by each country, that determine the size, shape, colour, and distribution of the bumps, and their placement in relation to hazardous areas.
  • Britain, Japan and Australia were among the countries that adopted tactile paving first, and the United States and Canada embraced the invention during the 1990s.
  • Tactile paving is usually made of hard material like stainless steel, Brass or other durable substance, and the paving can be found on steps, transport platforms, footpaths, and in other areas, although the use of the tiles on steep slopes is not normally recommended.
  •  For general pedestrians, as well as the visually impaired, the issue of safety regarding tactile paving is often controversial, as the bumps can cause difficulties for those in wheelchairs, and sometimes the tiles are hazardous or can become slippery, although there have been efforts to reduce these issues.


Additional Information:

  • Delivery Time: 2 Weeks

View Complete details

get quote request a call back
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Strip
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Strip
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Strip
Stainless Steel Tactile Strip

Stainless Steel Tactile Strip

Rs 143  / PieceGet Best Price
ColorSilver
Usage/ApplicationAid the visually impaired
TypeSS Tactile Strip
Square Meter Ratio44 strip per 1 square m
Diameter5 mm,25 mm
GradeSS 304,SS 316
MaterialStainless Steel
BrandCanon
SizeWidth:35 mm,Length:280 mm,Thickness:4 mm
Packaging TypeSteady and Printed Box and Carton
Country of OriginMade in India

Tactile paving (also called truncated domes, detectable warnings, Tactile Ground Surface Indicators, detectable warning surfaces is a system of textured ground surface indicators found on many footpaths, stairs and train station platforms to assist pedestrians who are blind or visually impaired. There are approximately 42 million blind or partially sighted people worldwide. A small proportion of those people have no sight at all. The remainder have varying degrees of residual vision which may enable them to function visually to different degrees.
Tactile paving is often bright/ shining, or another bright or contrasting colour to the surrounding area, which marks as a  secondary warning to those who have poor vision.

  • Tactile paving is typically square or rectangular in shape, and the tiles contain significant bumps on the  surface, that are generally either circular or rectangular, and usually the circular bumps indicate ‘stop’, while the rectangular bumps signify ‘go’.
  • Generally, tactile paving has various requirements and standards, regulated by each country, that determine the size, shape, colour, and distribution of the bumps, and their placement in relation to hazardous areas.
  • Britain, Japan and Australia were among the countries that adopted tactile paving first, and the United States and Canada embraced the invention during the 1990s.
  • Tactile paving is usually made of hard material like stainless steel, Brass or other durable substance, and the paving can be found on steps, transport platforms, footpaths, and in other areas, although the use of the tiles on steep slopes is not normally recommended.
  •  For general pedestrians, as well as the visually impaired, the issue of safety regarding tactile paving is often controversial, as the bumps can cause difficulties for those in wheelchairs, and sometimes the tiles are hazardous or can become slippery, although there have been efforts to reduce these issues.


Additional Information:

  • Delivery Time: 2 Weeks

View Complete details

get quote request a call back
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive With Carborundum
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive With Carborundum
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive With Carborundum
Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive With Carborundum

Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive With Carborundum

Rs 172  / PieceGet Best Price
FinishCoated
Usage/ApplicationAid the visually impaired
PackagingSteady and Printed Box and Carton
BrandCanon Tactile
Width35 mm
Thickness4mm
Length280 mm
Square Meter Ratio44 bars per 1 square m
MaterialSS 304
InnerCarborundum
Country of OriginMade in India

Tactile paving (also called truncated domes, detectable warnings, Tactile Ground Surface Indicators, detectable warning surfaces is a system of textured ground surface indicators found on many footpaths, stairs and train station platforms to assist pedestrians who are blind or visually impaired. There are approximately 42 million blind or partially sighted people worldwide. A small proportion of those people have no sight at all. The remainder have varying degrees of residual vision which may enable them to function visually to different degrees.
Tactile paving is often bright/ shining, or another bright or contrasting colour to the surrounding area, which marks as a  secondary warning to those who have poor vision.

  • Tactile paving is typically square or rectangular in shape, and the tiles contain significant bumps on the  surface, that are generally either circular or rectangular, and usually the circular bumps indicate ‘stop’, while the rectangular bumps signify ‘go’.
  • Generally, tactile paving has various requirements and standards, regulated by each country, that determine the size, shape, colour, and distribution of the bumps, and their placement in relation to hazardous areas.
  • Britain, Japan and Australia were among the countries that adopted tactile paving first, and the United States and Canada embraced the invention during the 1990s.
  • Tactile paving is usually made of hard material like stainless steel, Brass or other durable substance, and the paving can be found on steps, transport platforms, footpaths, and in other areas, although the use of the tiles on steep slopes is not normally recommended.
  • ??? For general pedestrians, as well as the visually impaired, the issue of safety regarding tactile paving is often controversial, as the bumps can cause difficulties for those in wheelchairs, and sometimes the tiles are hazardous or can become slippery, although there have been efforts to reduce these issues.


Additional Information:

  • Delivery Time: 2 Weeks

View Complete details

get quote request a call back
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Strip With Black / Yellow Carborundum
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Strip With Black / Yellow Carborundum
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Strip With Black / Yellow Carborundum
Stainless Steel Tactile Strip With Black / Yellow Carborundum

Stainless Steel Tactile Strip With Black / Yellow Carborundum

Rs 202  / PieceGet Best Price
ColorBlack
Material GradeSS 304
Usage/ApplicationConstruction
Dimensions280 x 35 x 5 mm (L x W x H)
BrandCanon Tactile
PackagingSteady and Printed Box and Carton
Diameter35 mm
MaterialStainless Steel
UsageConstruction
Square Meter Ratio44 strip per 1 square m
Country of OriginMade in India

Tactile paving (also called truncated domes, detectable warnings, Tactile Ground Surface Indicators, detectable warning surfaces is a system of textured ground surface indicators found on many footpaths, stairs and train station platforms to assist pedestrians who are blind or visually impaired. There are approximately 42 million blind or partially sighted people worldwide. A small proportion of those people have no sight at all. The remainder have varying degrees of residual vision which may enable them to function visually to different degrees.
Tactile paving is often bright/ shining, or another bright or contrasting colour to the surrounding area, which marks as a  secondary warning to those who have poor vision.

  • Tactile paving is typically square or rectangular in shape, and the tiles contain significant bumps on the  surface, that are generally either circular or rectangular, and usually the circular bumps indicate ‘stop’, while the rectangular bumps signify ‘go’.
  • Generally, tactile paving has various requirements and standards, regulated by each country, that determine the size, shape, colour, and distribution of the bumps, and their placement in relation to hazardous areas.
  • Britain, Japan and Australia were among the countries that adopted tactile paving first, and the United States and Canada embraced the invention during the 1990s.
  • Tactile paving is usually made of hard material like stainless steel, Brass or other durable substance, and the paving can be found on steps, transport platforms, footpaths, and in other areas, although the use of the tiles on steep slopes is not normally recommended.
  • ??? For general pedestrians, as well as the visually impaired, the issue of safety regarding tactile paving is often controversial, as the bumps can cause difficulties for those in wheelchairs, and sometimes the tiles are hazardous or can become slippery, although there have been efforts to reduce these issues.


Additional Information:

  • Delivery Time: 2 Weeks

View Complete details

get quote request a call back
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive Strip With Line Surface
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive Strip With Line Surface
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive Strip With Line Surface
Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive Strip With Line Surface

Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive Strip With Line Surface

Rs 129  / PieceGet Best Price
Material GradeSS 304
Usage/ApplicationConstruction
Square Meter Ratio44 bars per 1 square m
Width35 mm
MaterialSS 316
Length280 mm
Thickness:4 mm
BrandCanon Tactile
PackagingSteady and Printed Box and Carton
Country of OriginMade in India

Tactile paving (also called truncated domes, detectable warnings, Tactile Ground Surface Indicators, detectable warning surfaces is a system of textured ground surface indicators found on many footpaths, stairs and train station platforms to assist pedestrians who are blind or visually impaired. There are approximately 42 million blind or partially sighted people worldwide. A small proportion of those people have no sight at all. The remainder have varying degrees of residual vision which may enable them to function visually to different degrees.
Tactile paving is often bright/ shining, or another bright or contrasting colour to the surrounding area, which marks as a  secondary warning to those who have poor vision.

  • Tactile paving is typically square or rectangular in shape, and the tiles contain significant bumps on the  surface, that are generally either circular or rectangular, and usually the circular bumps indicate ‘stop’, while the rectangular bumps signify ‘go’.
  • Generally, tactile paving has various requirements and standards, regulated by each country, that determine the size, shape, colour, and distribution of the bumps, and their placement in relation to hazardous areas.
  • Britain, Japan and Australia were among the countries that adopted tactile paving first, and the United States and Canada embraced the invention during the 1990s.
  • Tactile paving is usually made of hard material like stainless steel, Brass or other durable substance, and the paving can be found on steps, transport platforms, footpaths, and in other areas, although the use of the tiles on steep slopes is not normally recommended.
  • ??? For general pedestrians, as well as the visually impaired, the issue of safety regarding tactile paving is often controversial, as the bumps can cause difficulties for those in wheelchairs, and sometimes the tiles are hazardous or can become slippery, although there have been efforts to reduce these issues.


Additional Information:

  • Delivery Time: 2 Weeks

View Complete details

get quote request a call back
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive Strip With Diamond Surface
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive Strip With Diamond Surface
  • Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive Strip With Diamond Surface
Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive Strip With Diamond Surface

Stainless Steel Tactile Adhesive Strip With Diamond Surface

Rs 148  / PieceGet Best Price
Material GradeSS 304
BrandCanon Tactile
Width35 mm
Square Meter Ratio44 bars per 1 square m
Thickness4 mm
MaterialStainless Steel
Length280 mm
PackagingSteady and Printed Box and Carton
Country of OriginMade in India

Tactile paving (also called truncated domes, detectable warnings, Tactile Ground Surface Indicators, detectable warning surfaces is a system of textured ground surface indicators found on many footpaths, stairs and train station platforms to assist pedestrians who are blind or visually impaired. There are approximately 42 million blind or partially sighted people worldwide. A small proportion of those people have no sight at all. The remainder have varying degrees of residual vision which may enable them to function visually to different degrees.
Tactile paving is often bright/ shining, or another bright or contrasting colour to the surrounding area, which marks as a  secondary warning to those who have poor vision.

  • Tactile paving is typically square or rectangular in shape, and the tiles contain significant bumps on the  surface, that are generally either circular or rectangular, and usually the circular bumps indicate ‘stop’, while the rectangular bumps signify ‘go’.
  • Generally, tactile paving has various requirements and standards, regulated by each country, that determine the size, shape, colour, and distribution of the bumps, and their placement in relation to hazardous areas.
  • Britain, Japan and Australia were among the countries that adopted tactile paving first, and the United States and Canada embraced the invention during the 1990s.
  • Tactile paving is usually made of hard material like stainless steel, Brass or other durable substance, and the paving can be found on steps, transport platforms, footpaths, and in other areas, although the use of the tiles on steep slopes is not normally recommended.
  • ??? For general pedestrians, as well as the visually impaired, the issue of safety regarding tactile paving is often controversial, as the bumps can cause difficulties for those in wheelchairs, and sometimes the tiles are hazardous or can become slippery, although there have been efforts to reduce these issues.


Additional Information:

  • Delivery Time: 2 Weeks

View Complete details

get quote request a call back
  • Brass Tactile Strip
  • Brass Tactile Strip
  • Brass Tactile Strip
Brass Tactile Strip

Brass Tactile Strip

Rs 197  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 500 Piece

MaterialBrass
Usage/ApplicationConstruction
TypeTactile Strip
Diameter35 mm,25 mm
Dimensions280 x 35 x 5 mm
Square Meter Ratio44 strip per 1 square m
BrandCanon Tactile
Country of OriginMade in India

Tactile paving (also called truncated domes, detectable warnings, Tactile Ground Surface Indicators, detectable warning surfaces is a system of textured ground surface indicators found on many footpaths, stairs and train station platforms to assist pedestrians who are blind or visually impaired. There are approximately 42 million blind or partially sighted people worldwide. A small proportion of those people have no sight at all. The remainder have varying degrees of residual vision which may enable them to function visually to different degrees.
Tactile paving is often bright/ shining, or another bright or contrasting colour to the surrounding area, which marks as a  secondary warning to those who have poor vision.

  • Tactile paving is typically square or rectangular in shape, and the tiles contain significant bumps on the  surface, that are generally either circular or rectangular, and usually the circular bumps indicate ‘stop’, while the rectangular bumps signify ‘go’.
  • Generally, tactile paving has various requirements and standards, regulated by each country, that determine the size, shape, colour, and distribution of the bumps, and their placement in relation to hazardous areas.
  • Britain, Japan and Australia were among the countries that adopted tactile paving first, and the United States and Canada embraced the invention during the 1990s.
  • Tactile paving is usually made of hard material like stainless steel, Brass or other durable substance, and the paving can be found on steps, transport platforms, footpaths, and in other areas, although the use of the tiles on steep slopes is not normally recommended.
  •  For general pedestrians, as well as the visually impaired, the issue of safety regarding tactile paving is often controversial, as the bumps can cause difficulties for those in wheelchairs, and sometimes the tiles are hazardous or can become slippery, although there have been efforts to reduce these issues.


Additional Information:

  • Delivery Time: 2 Weeks

View Complete details

get quote request a call back

EXPLORE MORE CATEGORIES