Smart sustainable foundations are approved for use by Australian Road Authorities.
“Sustainable foundations provide a significant cost benefit in replacing the damaged sign post by re-using the existing footing. Our selection is not based on price alone, also the safety & saving aspects. The Smart Taper-lock allows the quick replacement of posts, with no further effort required to the base and reduces risk to employees by reducing time spent exposed to traffic!” MRWA
CHS POSTS APPROVED FOR ALL REGIONS
CHS posts are now approved for use in all regions. No longer limited to removable sign-posts or cyclone regions. CHS posts have been approved for securing MRWA Traffic signage (Refer Ron Koorengevel) VIEW MRWA APPROVAL
601.43.07 ALTERNATIVE SIGN POST FIXING DEVICES
The Taper-lock method (Smart Sustainable Foundations) for fixing the sign post may be used as an alternative by core drilling the surface (or removing the pavers to install the socket in the case of a paved area). The method of installation shall be as recommended by the manufacturer. MRWA Specs 601 Signs
Smart sustainable foundations are approved for use on NSW Road projects.Functional requirements included:
Chris Ford [Bob O'Keefe/ Ross Walsh] RTA 1/3/2000.
The Smart Sustainable Foundations meet these requirements and have been approved for use on R.M.S roadworks.
Smart sustainable foundations are approved for use on NSW Road projects.
Smart Sustainable Foundations are approved for use on Qld Main Roads projects.
Extract Design Guide Roadside signs p51.
8.2.2 Sign posts
For signs less than 1m² in area, the post size is generally 50NB x 3.2mm CHS. Refer to Appendix. B for determination of post sizes suitable for larger signs or heights.
8.2.5 Posts in sleeves
There are certain situations where it is advisable to install the post into a sleeve inserted into the footing, such as:
1. Where a sign is located on an urban median strip where it may be struck frequently.
2. Where it may need to be removed occasionally, to accommodate the swept path of over-dimensioned vehicles when turning.
This arrangement is only appropriate for small posts up to 50mm nominal bore (60 O.D. CHS Posts). Details of a typical sleeve assembly are presented in Drawing No. 1368 (Appendix D). Variations on the basic theme are just as effective. "I would consider that your Smart Sustainable Foundations have an 'as-of-right' approval on this basis" John .C.Douglas Qld MR
Smart Sustainable Foundations are approved for use on Vic Roads projects.
"We have no objection to the use of the Smart Taper-lock (Smart Sustainable Foundations) on roadworks provided the system is used consistently with Vic Roads specifications". John Eldridge 2001. Relevant Vic Roads specifications include Standard Specification Section 714.
Smart sustainable foundations are approved for use on SA Road projects.
SA Letter of Approval