To unsubscribe click here February 2018
 

Anyone that has travelled to a holiday destination North of Auckland will know that serious traffic congestion is not just possible, but very likely. It’s now just over one year since work on one of the country’s biggest motorway projects to help address this began - the Pūhoi to Warkworth project - and things are progressing well with hundreds of workers and locals being protected on the site access roads around this huge undertaking by safety barriers from CSP Pacific.

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As part of a plan to tackle the rising road toll the NZ Police, in conjunction with NZ Transport Agency’s Safety Team, have implemented a Static Camera Expansion Programme to ensure locations on the national road network that have a proven history of fatal and serious injury speed related crashes are effectively policed ... with protection of the camera equipment at these sites provided by CSP Pacific.

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For more information about Nu-Guard® 31 Guardrail System, click here or
for more information about X-350 Terminal End, click here or
Email: cspcustomerservice@csppacific.co.nz or
Phone CSP Pacific on 0800 655 200

 

In December CSP Pacific advised of a change in the height of the Nu-Guard® 31 post with the top of the post now located 10mm below the top of the guardrail panel. Please note that as of December 2017 all installations of Nu-Guard® 31 must be installed as per this configuration change.

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Email: cspcustomerservice@csppacific.co.nz or
Phone CSP Pacific on 0800 655 200

 

For Nu-Guard® 31 Guardrail Systems to perform as intended, and remain at the correct height, they must be installed in soil conditions that have sufficient strength to support the posts as required.

A push/pull test, to check the post installation strength, is undertaken with an applied load of 12kN at a height of 635 mm. There has been some confusion over when this test is required and by whom. To clarify this the push/pull test is run at the discretion of the Installer Designer as per the entity definition in AS/NZS3845.1-2015. It is not a mandatory requirement of either NZ Transport Agency or CSP Pacific.

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For more information:
Email: cspcustomerservice@csppacific.co.nz or
Phone CSP Pacific on 0800 655 200