Marshalls Street Furniture Maintenance Guide 2016 by Marshalls

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www.marshalls.co.uk/commercial sales office 0870 600 2425 mats01 materials specification concrete material specification colourways and maintenance recommendations bellitalia concrete products precious stone bellitalia concrete products are manufactured using pozzolanic concrete pozzolanic concrete contains pozzolans which are siliceous and aluminous materials with little or no cementing properties when added to cement pozzolans will in the presence of moisture react with calcium hydroxide at normal temperatures to form a compound with cementitious properties commonly used pozzolans are fly ash and volcanic ash bellitalia also offer a range of polished products in which pieces of marble aggregate are added to the pozzolanic mix to create a unique aesthetic this is then put through a unique polishing process before being coated in a clear varnish to give a fine lustrous polished finish pozzolanic concrete offers the following benefits when used in street furniture applications precious

www.marshalls.co.uk/commercial sales office 0870 600 2425 mats03 materials specification cast iron and aluminium material specifications colourways and maintenance recommendations the two most common forms of iron used today are grey iron commonly known as cast iron and ductile iron marshalls street furniture uses only ductile iron in its cast iron products the main difference between the two types of iron is their chemical make-up grey iron is made up of elongated flakes of graphite whereas ductile iron has spherical graphite particles during the manufacturing process of ductile iron graphite is formed this solidifies and causes an internal expansion this eliminates defects caused by shrinkage that other cast iron types are prone to and gives ductile iron an increased strength to weight ratio when compared with grey iron ductile iron is therefore less prone to fracturing in usage ductile iron also uses less energy and resources in its manufacture it may be cast either without the use

www.marshalls.co.uk/commercial sales office 0870 600 2425 mats04 materials specification stainless steel material specification and maintenance recommendations requirement suggested method 1,2 soap detergent or dilute 1 ammonia solution in warm clean routine cleaning of light soiling water apply with a clean sponge soft cloth or soft-fibre brush then rinse in clean water and dry6 fingerprints detergent and warm water alternatively hydrocarbon solvent oil and grease marks hydrocarbon solvents methylated spirit isopropyl alcohol or acetone 2 stubborn spots stains and light discoloration water marking light rust staining mild non-scratching creams and polishes apply with soft cloth or soft sponge and rinse off residues with clean water and dry6,7 localised rust stains caused by carbon steel contamination proprietary gels or 10 phosphoric acid solution followed by ammonia and water rinses or oxalic acid solution followed by water rinse6 10-15 volume solution of phosphoric acid use warm

www.marshalls.co.uk/commercial sales office 0870 600 2425 mats06 materials specification polyurethane materials specification colourways and maintenance recommendations ferrocast® is created from a polyurethane compound which comprises two components when both parts are mixed together they create a thermal reaction known as polymerisation which hardens the compound creating a thermo set material the ferrocast polyurethane compound can be cast into very complex shapes making ferrocast extremely versatile to increase the strength of some ferrocast products they are set around a steel core colours ferrocast products can be supplied in most ral colours and come with a range of options including gold banding and ballotini rings standard ral colours the main benefits of ferrocast are as follows resistance to corrosion as ferrocast is a non-ferrous material it is completely resistant to rust and corrosion this makes ferrocast an ideal material for use in coastal areas where high saline

www.marshalls.co.uk/commercial sales office 0870 600 2425 mats08 materials specification moulded polyethylene material specification colourways and maintenance recommendations medium density polyethylene mdpe is a highly versatile plastic material ideal for moulding and is used in a number of different street furniture products plastic street furniture can be used in an array of different landscapes and is even suited to harsh coastal areas where atmospheric conditions can degrade other materials rapidly the benefits of using mdpe are as follows durability mdpe is extremely durable with outstanding impact fracture and shatter resistance properties these mechanical properties are tested to bs 2782 weathering properties mdpe is ideal for external applications materials used are uv stabilised to meet the demands of northern hemisphere weather conditions chemical resistance the material is resistant to most acids salts and solvents environmental elements such as acid rain soot diesel

www.marshalls.co.uk/commercial sales office 0870 600 2425 tech01 materials specification framework and fixing mild steel when it comes to the framework it is always important to use the right grade of raw steel and specify the most appropriate treatment and finish in order to ensure the strength safety functionality and also aesthetics of the canopy or walkway carbon steel or mild steel as it is commonly known is a highly functional material when used in street furniture and structure applications it comes in many grades however marshalls urban structures use a structural grade for external canopy steelwork the benefits of using structural grade mild steel are greater strength structural mild steel is stronger than alternative grades of mild steel resistance to weld cracking extreme changes in temperature e.g freezing to warm can cause cracks in welding making structures unsafe structural grade mild steel has much higher resistance to weld cracking resistance to embrittlement extreme

www.marshalls.co.uk/commercial sales office 0870 600 2425 inst01 installation details bollards standard ground root fixing bollard installation lift out and lockable bollard installation root depth varies across our range of static bollards from 200mm-500mm depending on model for details on root depths please refer to individual product pages 1 determine where the bollard is to be situated 1 determine where the bollard is to be situated 2 check utilities/services drawings and perform a visual inspection to ensure there are none in the area this may also require scanning the location for live cabling 3 excavate a cube in the substrate according to the bollard’s specification for example a bollard with a 300mm root depth will require a cube to be excavated measuring 300mm x 300mm fixed on the post centre by 300mm deep 2 check utilities/services drawings and perform a visual inspection to ensure there are none in the area this may also require scanning the location for live

www.marshalls.co.uk/commercial sales office 0870 600 2425 inst01 installation details sineu graff bollards sineu graff cast iron bollard ground post fixing style and classic models sineu graff timber bollards with ground anchor fixing 1 determine where the bollard is to be situated 2 check utilities/services drawings and perform a visual inspection to ensure there are none in the area this may also require scanning the location for live cabling 2 check utilities/services drawings and perform a visual inspection to ensure there are none in the area this may also require scanning the location for live cabling 3 excavate a cube in the substrate according to the bollard’s specification for example a bollard 800 – 1000mm high will require a 350mm root hence a cube measuring 350mm x 350mm fixed on the post centre by 350mm deep shorter bollards only require a root depth of 300mm 4 locate the post centrally in to the hole and fill with grade c30 concrete medium slump

www.marshalls.co.uk/commercial sales office 0870 600 2425 inst02 installation details sineu graff fixing details seating fixing details litter bin fixing details free standing free standing free standing seats can be situated directly into place on site using the correct lifting equipment the large weight of the products means that fixing to the ground is unnecessary generally the weight of the litter bin will deter unauthorised movement for example bellitalia concrete litter bins additionally some products are available with a weighted self stabilising base plate which provides additional security ground root fixed plastic litter bins may also be specified with integral ballast cartridge which also provides additional security the seat legs are designed to be situated directly into a concrete mix root depths vary depending on product base plate/surface mounting a positive bolting system should be selected by the installer based on the type and condition of the substrate taking into

www.marshalls.co.uk/commercial sales office 0870 600 2425 inst04 installation details ferrocast® and ollerton notice boards and fingerposts ferrocast notice board ground root fixed installation ferrocast fingerpost ground root fixing installation root depth varies across our range of notice boards from 150mm-400mm depending on model please refer to individual product pages for details or contact our sales office root depth varies across our range of fingerposts from 150mm-500mm depending on model please refer to individual product pages for details or contact our sales office 1 determine where the notice board is to be situated 1 determine where the fingerpost is to be situated 2 check utilities/services drawings and perform a visual inspection to ensure there are none in the area this may also require scanning the location for live cabling 2 check utilities/services drawings and perform a visual inspection to ensure there are none in the area this may also require scanning the

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