Tactile warning domes
installed in situ

At bus or tram stops, TG Lining installs tactile warning domes to make blind and visually impaired people aware that they are approaching potentially hazardous situations such as street crossings or staircases.

These warning domes are installed in accordance with national directives and standards and are applied directly to the substrate in situ. This provides superb adhesion to virtually all types of substrates without the need for drilling, gluing or sawing. Our systems are intended for pedestrians and are located in pedestrian areas, free of motorized traffic.

Domes can be walked on after approximately 12 hours at a minimum processing temperature of 10°C and do not require any post-processing. Areas are kept accessible to pedestrians by making use of covering plates, even during the execution of our works.


(Standard) dome specifications

Base Ø: 25 mm

Top Ø: 15 mm

Height: 5 mm

Centre-to-centre dimension: 60 mm in an orthogonal pattern (straight pattern at right angles), 80 mm in a diagonal pattern

Intermediate distance: 35 mm orthogonal, 55 mm diagonal

Finishing of upper side: grid with anti-slip function

Depth of blister field: 600 mm

Width of blister field: Depends on function

Unique Selling Points

  • Tailor made domes and patterns
  • Minimally invasive
  • Optimal adhesion
  • Functional and aesthetic
  • Low maintenance
  • Low life cycle costs
  • Compliant with Accessibility Directives