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Technical Talk: AS/NZS3845.1 2015 released

Technical Talk: AS/NZS3845.1 2015 released

17 December 2015: Part 1 of AS/NZS 3845 Road safety barrier systems and devices has been revised and is now available for purchase from Standards...

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New Zealand’s largest sculpture - made from road barrier

New Zealand’s largest sculpture - made from road barrier

30 October 2015: New Zealand’s newest stretch of state highway - the Tauranga Eastern Link (TEL) - was opened to traffic in August by New Zealand Transport Agency. The brand new 21km, four-lane highway is not only the longest highway in New Zealand, but ...

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Technical Talk: Geometric design references

Technical Talk: Geometric design references

29 October 2015: The main geometric design reference for the New Zealand State Highway roading network is Austroads Guide to Road Design Part 6: Roadside Design, Safety and Barriers (released in 2009).

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X-TENuator™ – A temporary crash cushion solution

X-TENuator™ – A temporary crash cushion solution

29 October 2015: The X-TENuator™ is a fully re-directive, non-gating, sacrificial crash cushion for shielding fixed roadside hazards. As part of the X-TENsion family of road safety products the X-TENuator™ uses the same technology and similar components ...

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Saving Lives - read a NZ Herald article on the effectiveness of Wire Rope Safety

Saving Lives - read a NZ Herald article on the effectiveness of Wire Rope Safety

17 September 2015: The piece of metal that saved thousands: A wire-rope barrier on a busy, scenic stretch of road north of Wellington has potentially saved dozens of lives over the past decade by halting deadly head-on crashes.

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X-350 Terminal End - ensuring the gap between slider and angle bracket is correct

X-350 Terminal End - ensuring the gap between slider and angle bracket is correct

28 August 2015: When installing the X-350 Terminal End ensure there is a 25mm gap between the angle bar and the slider. The purpose of the gap is to avoid excessive overlaps between guardrails #1 and #2 on the terminal end.

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