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NEW - Biker-Mate a new addition to CSP Pacific’s product range

NEW - Biker-Mate a new addition to CSP Pacific’s product range

29 April 2015: Biker-Mate, a post crash cushion used overseas to protect motorcyclists from dangerous post and pole type road side hazards, was first talked about in August last year’s issue of Road Rave.

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Technical Talk: Road Safety Barrier Length of Need

Technical Talk: Road Safety Barrier Length of Need

29 April 2015: The length of need (LoN) is a common term used in relation to road safety barriers. But what does it actually mean? LoN for a road safety barrier installation is the length of barrier required to shield a roadside hazard and is determined during ...

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Technical Talk: Road Safety Barrier Rigid to Semi-Rigid Transitions

Technical Talk: Road Safety Barrier Rigid to Semi-Rigid Transitions

27 February 2015: Road safety barrier transitions provide progressive stiffening between barrier systems of different rigidity. The difference in barrier rigidity will be evident in different deflections for the same crash impact energy.

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Splice Construction – A valued partnership

Splice Construction – A valued partnership

17 December 2014: Graeme Rush from Splice Construction (a civil and road side construction company based in Hamilton) has worked with CSP Pacific for over eight years. He says he needs suppliers that will do more than just deliver the products required, he wants to ...

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Road safety barrier system hardware changes

Road safety barrier system hardware changes

17 December 2014: In New Zealand road safety barrier hardware used on the State highway network is subject to compliance testing to ensure that it..

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Road Safety Barrier Hardware Compliance Standards in New Zealand

Road Safety Barrier Hardware Compliance Standards in New Zealand

30 October 2014: All road safety barrier hardware is subject to compliance testing to ensure that it performs satisfactorily for typical crash conditions.  These input conditions are representative of the vehicle fleet and impact characteristics and relate to ...

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Max-Tension™ – slim and sleek

19 November 2019: In September a major slip about 10kms north of Taihape on the country’s main arterial route ...

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New road, rail line and guardrail for Lyttelton Port

19 November 2019: Between 2014 and November 2015 the Lyttelton Port Recovery Plan (LPRP) was developed to provide a ...

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Retrofit maximises the use of existing lighting poles

5 September 2019: Security is fundamentally important across all walks of life to ensure the safety of people and ...

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