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Surface-Mounted Traffic Spikes


These surface-mounted traffic spikes are designed to be very easy to install. There is absolutely no need to trench or use asphalt and the complete installation kit is included. The spikes also include a special “latch down” feature that allows management to temporarily lock the spikes in the down position to allow traffic flow in both directions when the need arises. The standard model uses quarter inch hot-rolled steel for extreme durability and is designed to endure the use of cars, trucks, and personal operation vehicles. They are also available in 3/8″ steel plates for situations where semi-trucks and other heavy axel load equipment will be the primary vehicles crossing the control spikes.

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The spikes come in 3 foot sections. These sections can be added together to cover the desired amount of roadway.

Each 3-foot section is 135 Lbs.

1/4″ or 3/8″ Thick Hot Rolled Steel

If you are near an ocean we offer zinc-coated models to prevent rusting.
  1. Install the tire poppers perpendicular to traffic flow. If vehicles cross the traffic spikes at an angle other than 90 degrees the spikes may cause damage to sidewalls of tires.
  2. The top speed at which a car may cross the installed tire spike is 7 MPH. At speeds over the 7 MPH, excessive wear of the spikes, top plate and internal springs will likely result.
  3. The tire spikes should be installed in a location where water is least likely to drain into the unit. Having adequate drainage under the unit is recommended.
  4. Make sure the system is not installed on a slope so as to avoid vehicles accidentally rolling back into the spikes.
  5. Keep pedestrians away from the tire poppers.
  6. Maintenance should be performed periodically to the system to ensure that debris is not accumulating inside of the unit.
  7. It is recommended to have a clear sign warning of the system’s presence and potential tire damage

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Other Types of Traffic Spikes

In-Ground Spikes

These spikes require trenching but sit flush to the ground once installed. They are most often used when a clean aesthetic appearance is a high priority.

Motorized Spikes

Motorized spikes are used in situations when someone is physically responsible for lowering and raising the hydraulic spikes in order to grant access to a specific area. These are commonly installed for government use and high security environments.

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These are very well built. We have ordered spikes from other manufacturers in years past but the springs kept on breaking but these have held up very nice.
Adam Arnault
General Contractor - Operations Manager
Wow! Unreal support team! They made sure everything went smoothly and helped us meet out tight deadline.
Jacqueline Schwartz
Dealer Principle
Fair prices and great customer service. There's really not much else to say. Will be back.
Mike Stuart
Municipality Procurement Manager

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