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Slip Road Pole

The Slip Road Pole has the ability to lower a sign down to ground level for maintenance. Once at ground level the sign can be rotated around to gain access to the back of the sign.

  • Functional design
  • Reduced equipment maintenance costs
  • Safe ground level access to the mounted equipment
  • Multiple Applications - Matrix Signs, CCTV, Tolling, ANPR
  • Bespoke lengths & heights available on request
Crown International Slip Road Pole

Clients

Crown International have a large client base in a wide rage of fields, these include:

siemens Balfour Beatty Atkins Gatsometer Network Rail Redflex Serco Jenoptik Red Speed Truvelo

The Slip Road Pole is based on our already proven CESS Pole it allows the user to lower a variable message motorway sign down to ground level for maintenance. It is mounted at the side of the carriage way and is commonly used on slip roads in conjunction with our VMC Pole™ on the main motorway. The pole can lower the sign down to ground level, once at ground level it can be rotated around so that the operator can gain access to the back of the sign for maintenance.

It delivers significant cost savings over fixed posts, removing the need for ladders and additional safety and access equipment when maintenance is required. The pole’s first implementation will be on a managed motorway scheme in the UK.

Designed to fulfil a number of functions the Slip Road Pole™ will be used for mounting motorway sign equipment as well as traffic monitoring and enforcement equipment. However the design can be extended to other applications and can be both upscaled and downscaled depending on need.

Operation Guide

  1. Unlock the pole and open the door handle
  2. This will now allow the support arm lock to be released
  3. Disengage the support arm
  4. Now open the door
  5. Pull down the “T” bar handle
  6. Release the “T” bar from the saddle of the handle
  7. Use the “T” bar to effortlessly lower the equipment
  8. Release the rotation locking pin
  9. Rotate the sign to a convenient angle
  10. Maintain your equipment
  11. Reverse the above steps to close the pole