John Holland selects RoadLoc for M7M12 Integration Project

The Selection of RoadLoc Removable Anchors for the Sydney M7M12 Integration Project:  A Testament to Innovation and Support John Holland, one of Australia’s leading construction companies, selected RoadLoc removable anchors for the temporary traffic barriers and end terminals supplied by Coates on the Sydney M7 Motorway widening portion of the M7M12 Integration project. The Importance […]

RoadLoc Completes Full Scale Crash Cushion Testing

RoadLoc, working with Valtir engineers in Rocklin, California, recently completed full scale dynamic crash testing with the Valtir QuadGuard M10 crash cushion, using our RoadLoc anchors to anchor the crash cushions system. During the course of working with Valtir it was determined that the MASH 3-35 crash test, 25 degree angle impact at the beginning […]

RoadLoc Accepted for use with TAU-M Crash Cushion

RoadLoc now accepted for use with TAU-M Crash Cushion: Innovative solutions always excite us, and when they are related to public safety, the excitement amplifies.  That’s why we are excited to announce that RoadLoc, the removable, reusable epoxy anchor for temporary crash cushion and barrier installation, is now accepted for use with TAU-M crash cushion. […]

Proper Hole Preparation ensures Proper Anchor Performance

It is of utmost importance to follow the drilled hole preparation for using epoxy anchors. Failure to do so could lead to a variety of issues, such as a decrease in load capacity and also bond failure. Drilled holes must be free from dust and debris, as well as being the correct size and shape […]

RoadLoc: A Revolutionary Removable, Reusable Epoxy Anchor

RoadLoc: A Revolutionary Removable, Reusable Epoxy Anchor Road construction is a complex and difficult task that requires significant planning and organization.  In order to keep workers and motorists’ safe while they are working on roads, it’s essential to use the right equipment.  RoadLoc is a revolutionary removable, reusable epoxy anchor for use with concrete barriers, […]

RoadLoc Case Study

Case Study: RoadHire’s Successful Use of RoadLoc Anchors to Streamline Temporary Barrier Removal Overview Road construction projects and crews make use of Temporary Barriers and Crash Cushions to block construction zones from traffic, redirect vehicles and pedestrians, and protect workers and pedestrians from vehicles passing by at various speeds.  These Barriers and Crash Cushions remain […]

RoadLoc – Accepted for use with BG800 & HighwayGuard

After an in-depth engineering review by Highway Care, RoadLoc is pleased to announce that Highway Care have accepted RoadLoc for use with all deployment options for their BG800 and HighwayGuard Steel Barriers. If you are anchoring BG800 or HighwayGuard, you can now use the easiest to remove epoxy anchor on the market. RoadLoc is a […]

RoadLoc – Accepted for use with Defender Barrier

RoadLoc is pleased to announce that Safe Barriers Pte Ltd have accepted RoadLoc for use with all deployment options for Defender Barrier that require anchors.  If you are anchoring Defender Barrier, you can now use the easiest to remove epoxy anchor on the market. Please contact us for more information about how RoadLoc can assist […]

RoadLoc – Replacement for Threaded Rod

If your project is using Threaded Rod to anchor anything to asphalt or concrete, you can directly replace those installations with the easily removable and re-usable RoadLoc.  In Tensile and Shear testing conducted at an ISO 17025 accredited laboratory, RoadLoc shows higher tensile and shear load performance when compared to threaded rod in the same […]

RoadLoc Completes Tensile & Shear Testing

RoadLoc has concluded a tensile and shear testing program at Holmes Solutions, an ISO accredited laboratory location in Christchurch, New Zealand. RoadLoc testing was conducted in direct comparison with Threaded Rod.  Chemically epoxied Threaded Rod is the industry standard for anchoring Temporary Barriers and Crash Cushions in constructions zones globally. RoadLoc testing was conducted to […]