A Simple Guide To Tactiles
The term ‘tactiles‘ is sometimes used interchangeably with the term ‘drugs’ and is often confused with them in this way, although they are quite different products. A rug is a piece of textile with a covering and can either be made from wool or other synthetic fibres and these can either have a single colour or various, and are sometimes referred to as ‘stripes’. The covering of a rug can be made from a variety of different materials, including silk and cotton. However, most rugs are mass produced with machine-made synthetic fibres in them and are therefore not considered to be true hand-tufted, which is where a person’s sense of touch comes into play when considering what to buy for your home – a person with visual impairment will therefore need to consider what colour and design would be most appropriate for pedestrian crossings and their surroundings.
The term ‘tactiles’ was first used by the Victorians, who were renowned for their textile manufacturing and design skills and these became popular with manufacturers who wanted to reproduce the same style and look in manufactured items such as bags, cushions and throw pillows. As the century progressed, the term became widely accepted across the UK and it now covers any flat surface that can be used to provide a tactile interface such as a floor mat, table or railings in a room, bench or wall. These are typically manufactured from acrylic, polyester or nylon fibres with the acrylic and polyester being the most commonly used as they have the best ‘colour contrast’ to create a great ‘presence’ that will be appreciated by sight and touch.
Today, the modern day Tactile guidance systems provide a range of different solutions to those that require this for personal and public areas in businesses, offices and schools etc. The main advantage is that they can be programmed or customised to meet your specific needs so that you don’t have to buy any individual products, or waste time trying to match them to various existing products. The benefits of using such equipment or supplies include: reducing the risk of accidental injuries or accidents occurring due to the use of unsuitable surfaces, increasing safety within the workplace and increasing productivity. You can also choose to use other types of drilling templates to add depth or additional drilling points to increase the usefulness of the product, or alternatively you can add more timber, sand or concrete depending on what you require.