Traffic Safety Products 2017-12-28T17:33:40+00:00


In nighttime, car drivers could not see where the road commonly ends and where the alignment of road changes in direction. Without sufficient number of road lightings, it is often necessary to provide some means to guide the drivers especially along dark roads. Hence, in 1933 Percy Shaw invented the cat’s eye (i.e. road studs) which is based on the principle of cat’s eyes. When a ray of light enters the eyes of a cat, the light would be reflected back towards to the emitting source. As such, with the reflection of car’s headlights by road studs, it’s possible to identify road conditions and the alignment in darkness.

One type of mirror is mostly being known as a convex mirror, has a reflective surface that curves outward. A convex mirror has a point where all the light that hits it often appears to focus. This is called the focal point or sometimes simply the focus. The distance from the front of the mirror to the focal point is called as the focal length. How can we tell what kind of image will be formed by a convex mirror? One way you can do it is to construct a ray diagram, which is simply a picture that shows the paths of a few important light rays as they hit the surface of the mirror and bounce back.

The advantages and benefits of our products if being compared to other competitors in this related industry are among them:

  • Optimum resilience
  • High elasticity and stretch strength
  • Products are immune to corrosion
  • Effective in tropical climate
  • Are an excellent water resistant
  • Good color stability and excellent decorative design

Road Studs and Cat’s Eye are fixed in the middle of the lane lines or yellow double lane lines for through it retro reflection reminding the drivers to drive their vehicles along with the lanes.

The features that both products have for the benefits of drivers are:

  • High reflectivity
  • High durability
  • High impact resistance
  • Heat resistance
  • Easy to be installed

A convex mirror, or most commonly known as diverging mirror, or fish eye mirror is a curved mirror in which that the reflective surface bulges toward the light source. Convex mirrors reflect light outwards; therefore they are not used in order to focus light.

  • Indoor polycarbonate convex mirror
    • Well mounted and without cap
  • Outdoor polycarbonate convex mirror
    • Pole mounted and with cap
  • Dome mirror
    • 360 degrees full dome mirror
  • Stainless steel convex mirror
    • Well mounted and without cap

So in order for you to get this service that will not only satisfy what you need and made a proper safety precaution for the community you can also call us now in order to enquire the type of services and solutions that you require so that we could prepare something that is tailor-made for your requirement, and also get your traffic control system with us for a proper traffic control management procedures.