316 Stainless Steel tactile with Tap Screw hole Concentric ring on face with a flat base.All of our quality 316 Stainless Steel Tactiles are factory polished & come with a 10-year warranty.

TGSI’s provide the visually impaired with a uniform system of Tactile cues. This system has been designed to provide both directional and hazardous warning cues.

Technical Data 

  • Code: T08
  • Type: Warning tactile 
  • Material: Solid 316 Stainless Steel   
  • Dimensions: Outer Diameter 35mm x Height 4.5mm
  • 22mm Screw / 30mm Plug 
  • Slip Rating: P5 (test report available on request)


  • Produced by CNC machine with milling finish 
  • 10 Year warranty
  • Corrosion Proof

Floorsafe Australia’s T08 Stainless Steel Tactile comply with the following standards: 

  • National Construction Code 
  •  Australian/New Zealand Standard 1428.1 2009 – Design for access and mobility – Design for access and mobility: General requirements for access – New building works 
  • Australian/New Zealand Standard 1428.4.1 2009 – Design for access and mobility – Means to assist the orientation of people with vision impairment: Tactile ground surface indicators 
  • Australian/New Zealand Standard 4586 - 2013 – Slip resistance classification of new pedestrian surface materials

Installation Instructions
Make sure you remove any debris & dust and make sure the surface is completely dry.

1. Use masking tape mark the area where the tactiles have to be installed.

2. Place the 72 hole template into position and tape corners to hold the template firm.

3. Using an 6-8mm diameter drill bit drill holes to the depth of the plug.

TIMBER SURFACES: No need for a plug. Drill hole to fit the screw.

4. Once the complete plate has been drilled remove and vacuum up to remove dust from in and around the holes.

5. Place Tactile over the drilled hole, insert the screw and tighten.

Luminance Contrast
The Building Code of Australian/New Zealand and the AS/NZS 1428.4.1 require a minimum luminance contrast of 30%. Guidelines are as follows: 

  • Integrated tactile indicators – not less than 30% across the entire area 
  • Discrete (individual) tactile indicators – not less than 45% 
  • Where Discrete tactile indicators are constructed of two colours or materials the raised section shall have a minimum contrast of 60%

Test - AS.NZS 1428.4.1 2009 Appendix E (pg 70-77)