Marshalls' versatile concrete cycle segregation unit is used to create a protective barrier between cyclists and vehicles, ensuring safety for experienced and beginner cyclists alike.
Available in a Natural or Conservation kerb finish with a choice of Marshalls granite or Scoutmoor Yorkstone setts or concrete infill, providing various options to ensure its integration into the landscape.
Marshalls uses MTEC self-compacted concrete - material which does not need to be artificially, mechanically or hydraulically pressed.
The improvement in the water-cement ratio makes the concrete stronger, improving its compressive and flexural strength and making it a more robust material than standard concrete. MTEC has a lower water absorption in a smooth grey finish, keeping the product cleaner for longer and minimising maintenance costs. As a material, it is also highly resistant to algae and de-icing salts compared to standard concrete.
The segregation unit uses bullnosed and 45° splayed kerb profiles to ensure a safe passage for the cyclist. The outside bullnosed profile is design to stop vehicles mounting the unit to potentially endanger the cyclist. A 45° splayed kerb on the inside means cyclists of all abilities can use the cycleway without fear of colliding with a steep kerb. Marshalls caters for both turning and straight road segregation pieces.
The unit is demountable and utilises NAL sockets, meaning it can be disassembled and relocated when required. NAL sockets are available in a standard or shallow depth to help where excavation might be an issue.
All units are pre-formed in factory-controlled conditions, ensuring design accuracy and specification validity.