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The standard bus shelter version leaves the pavement clear with the minimum footprint ensuring that pedestrians can easily circulate.
The standard version is available in length 3000mm and equipped with a timetable case 750 x 750mm (6 A4). The shelter can be extended using 1000mm modules to achieve the required length adapted to the number of passengers.
As well as size, the shelter has a wide range of options : side cladding and back cladding in safety glass or vandal resistant perforated steel. Integrated bench or perch seat, LED lighting kit powered by a solar panel or a mains power source, and additional wind protection.
Snow and wind loading: Bus shelters with side cladding support a snow height of 0.53m (compact and wet snow at 400Kg/m3) or a load of 212Kg/m² and a wind of 106mph. Bus stations without side cladding, support a snow height of 0.54m or a load of 217.5Kg/m² but a wind of 83mph.Length of one unit: 3000 mm. Certified: EN1090 - won’t fall over
Total depth: 1500 mm.
Extension with intermediate module: 1000 mm.
Square posts: steel tubes 100 x 60 mm.
Under roof height: 2200 mm.
Roof: tinted UV-resistant 6 mm PMMA glazing.
Roof frame: 40 x 40 mm steel tubes with rain gutter.
Beams: 5 mm gauge steel sheet.
Rear and side cladding: 8 mm Securit® safety glass or perforated steel.
Cladding attachments: pinch-grip system made from Zamak alloy with brushed finish.
Bus stop sign: 160 mm high x 900 mm wide, galvanised steel lacquered in RAL 9006.
Timetable display case: 750 x 750 x 30 mm in anodised aluminium.
Finish: galvanised and painted.
Installation: concreted directly into ground.
For lighting electrical wiring must be installed by a professional. Circuit breaker not included.
Product ID: 44423
Choosing a bus shelter in the UK is a critical decision for advertisers and local authorities alike. These structures not only provide shelter for commuters but also serve as valuable advertising spaces.
The location of your bus shelter is crucial for its effectiveness as an advertising platform. Opt for high-traffic areas, such as busy city streets, major transportation hubs, and commercial centers.
Identify your target audience. Analyze demographics, foot traffic, and bus routes. Ensure the bus shelter aligns with your advertising goals. Incorporate keywords like “demographically strategic bus shelter.”
Shelter Size and Design Consider the size and design of the shelter. Advertisers value attractive and well-maintained structures.
Illumination Shelters with LED lighting are more attractive for nighttime advertising.
Digital Integration (SEO: Digital Advertising)
If your bus shelter supports digital advertising, emphasize its capabilities. Incorporate phrases like “cutting-edge digital integration” to attract tech-savvy advertisers. In summary, when choosing a bus shelter in the UK , consider location, demographics, design, illumination, advertising space, compliance, maintenance, amenities, competition, ROI potential, digital integration, environmental considerations, and long-term contracts. By addressing these factors, you can attract potential advertisers and maximize the impact of your bus shelter investment.
This product comes with a 10 year warranty as standard