Aluminum Alloy Pedestrian Bridge

Aluminum Alloy Pedestrian Bridge

Aluminum Alloy Pedestrian Bridges Are Absolutely At present, most of the deck pavements of pedestrian bridges are ceramic tiles. After long-term use and trampling, they are prone to fall off and defects. If you do not pay attention to your feet, you will easily fall down.


The pedestrian bridge constructed by Aluminum Bridge is made of aluminum alloy deck, which is integrally formed, solid, and reliable, and there is no problem of some plates falling. Considering this situation, the Aluminum Bridge aluminum alloy pedestrian bridge has thoughtfully installed lighting functions. The overall lighting design is simple and bright, which improves the lighting brightness of the pedestrian walkway; the bridge body is decorated with appropriate lighting, with distinct layers, highlighting the structure of the bridge; ensuring that the comfortable and bright lighting effect is created without affecting the driving line of sight, making the bridge With a new look, it not only serves the safety of citizens traveling and driving at night but also improves the quality of urban night scenes.
The production structure of the aluminum alloy pedestrian bridge is modularized and industrialized: the production and installation of all structures are completed in the factory building, with high processing precision, strict installation quality control, and structural design considering factors such as earthquake resistance and wind resistance, strong bearing capacity, and stable quality of the bridge. sex and safety.
Considering the difficulty of crossing the road for non-motorized vehicles, the Foshan Avenue (Lanshi intersection) aluminum alloy pedestrian bridge undertaken by Aluminum Bridge has broken through the limitations of previous pedestrian bridges and innovatively set up two-way lanes to separate up and down vehicles. , the two bicycle ramps with a width of 4.5 meters have a slope of 1:12, which is very gentle. Electric vehicles and bicycles can also be pushed across the bridge.

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