Neenah’s textured TWSI’s, sometimes referred to as Detectable Warning Plates (DWP’s), are instrumental year-round in notifying people with vision loss of any upcoming dangers prior to stepping out on the street. These cast iron plates feature rigid surfaces and raised set of domes to adhere to concrete and withstand the harshest of Canadian weather conditions.
Need more evidence on the benefits of cast iron TWSI’S?
In 2012, the City of Toronto conducted a Pilot Project to determine which four materials of TWSI’s would be recommended as the new City of Toronto standard. Four different TWSI materials were tested along the intersection of Shuter Street and Victoria Street in downtown Toronto. The four materials included plastic/composite polymers, clay brick pavers, concrete pavers and Neenah Foundry’s cast iron plates supplied by Landmark by Crozier.
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