Eagle® Parking Stops and Speed Bumps

Stop or Slow Down Traffic While Protecting Your Cables and Hoses


What's special about these parking lot blocks?

  • Constructed of high density polyethylene for the durability to withstand continuous vehicle traffic.
  • Durable HDPE material is resistant to weather extremes, UV light, and abrasive chemicals for long term use.
  • Can be removed and reused during lot and road maintenance, saving money in the long run.
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Eagle Manufacturing’s® parking stops and speed bumps help to control the flow of traffic in more ways than one. The parking stops keep cars and trucks at bay in parking lots, while the speed bumps pull double duty by slowing down traffic for added safety and protecting delicate cables and hoses.

Parking Stops
Part # Description Overall Dimensions Channel Dimensions Color Weight Price
EM-1790 Protective Parking Stop w/ Anchor Kit 8"W x 4"H x 72"L n/a Yellow, Black, Blue, Gray 15 lbs
EM-1790KIT Replacement Anchor Kit for Parking Stops (3 anchors) - - - 3 lbs

Note: The 9ft Speed Bump (EM-1793) ships in 2 weeks

Speed Bumps
Part # Description Overall Dimensions Channel Dimensions Color Weight Price
EM-1792 6FT Speed Bump - Cable Protector w/ Anchor Kit 10"W x 2"H x 72"L 0.875"H x 1.25"W Yellow 15 lbs
Manufacturer Direct
EM-1793 9FT Speed Bump - Cable Protector w/ Anchor Kit
(comes in 2 pieces)
10"W x 2"H x 108"L 0.875"H x 1.25"W Yellow 23 lbs
EM-1792KIT Replacement Anchor Kit for Speed Bumps (6 anchors and adhesive) - - - 8 lbs

It is recommended that you use the anchor kits with the speed bumps and parking stops to prevent them from sliding. If you are looking for a cord cover with a non-skid bottom surface, please see our drop-over cord covers.

  • Flexible to conform easily to parking lot and road contours.
  • Includes an anchor kit for easy installation and to keep the blocks in place.
  • Available in high visibility yellow, so they're noticed in low lighting conditions.

    Parking Stops:

  • Available in a wide range of colors to suit various applications
    1. Blue to indicate handicapped parking spaces
    2. Gray to blend in with standard concrete
    3. Yellow for high visibility
    4. Black to blend with asphalt
  • Flat edge stops cars in their tracks to keep them from going over designated parking areas
  • 6ft length to accommodate standard parking spaces

    Speed Bumps:

  • Slows down vehicle traffic in residential areas, factories, or construction zones
  • Acts as a cord cover and includes channels to route your cables and hoses and keep them safe
  • Strong material handles loads from vehicles of all sizes
  • 6 or 9 ft lengths available to accommodate the width of the roadway
  • The 9ft length (EM-1793) comes in 2 pieces
  • Non-skid surface for added traction and reduction of wheel and tire slippage

    Ideal for use:

  • Factories
  • Construction sites
  • Parking lots
  • Residential and Commercial areas
  • Warehouses
  • School parking lots

      Parking Stop
    Part # EM-1790
    Color Options Yellow, Black, Blue, Gray
    Dimensions 8" W x 4" H x 72" L
    Load Capacity 10,000 lbs / pneumatic tire
      Speed Bump/Cable Protector
    Part # EM-1792 EM-1793
    Color Yellow Yellow
    Pieces 1 piece 2 piece
    Load Capacity 20,000 lbs / pneumatic tire 20,000 lbs / pneumatic tire
    Overall Dimensions 10" W 2" H x 72" L 10" W 2" H x 108" L
    Channel Dimensions 1.25" W x 0.875" H 1.25" W x 0.875" H


    Chemical Resistance Guide

    Reagent 70° F
    (21° C)
    140° F
    (60° C)
    Reagent 70° F
    (21° C)
    140° F
    (60° C)
    Acetaldehyde S O Castor oil conc. S S
    Acetic acid 1-10% S S Catsup S S
    Acetic acid 10-50% S O Caustic soda S O
    Acetic acid 50-100% S O Cedar leaf oil U U
    Acetic anhydride S S Cedar wood oil U U
    Acetone S S Chlorine liquid O U
    Acids, aromatic S S Chlorobenzene O U
    Acrylic emulsions S S Chloroform U U
    Adipic acid S S Chlorosulfonic acid 100% U U
    Aluminum chloride dilute S S Chrome alum sat'd. S S
    Aluminum chloride conc. S S Chromic acid 10-20% S O
    Aluminum fluoride conc. S S Chromic acid 50% S O
    Aluminum sulfate conc. S S Cider S S
    Alume (all ltypes) conc. S S Cinnamon S S
    Amino acetic acid S S Cinnamon oil U U
    Ammonia 100% dry gas S S Citric acid sat'd. S S
    Ammonium acetate S S Citronella oil O U
    Ammonium bromide S S Cloves (ground) S S
    Ammonium carbonate S S Coconut oil alcohols S S
    Ammonium chloride sat'd. S S Cod liver oil S S
    Ammonium fluoride 20% S S Coffee S S
    Ammonium hydroxide S S Copper chloride sat'd. S S
    Ammonium metaphosphates sat'd. S S Copper cyanide sat'd. S S
    Ammonium nitrate sat's. S S Copper fluoride 2% S S
    Ammonium persulfate sat'd S S Copper nitrate sat'd. S S
    Ammonium phosphate S S Copper sulfate dilute S S
    Ammonium sulfate sat'd. S S Corn oil S S
    Ammonium sulfide sat'd. S S Cottonseed oil S S
    Ammonium thiocyanate sat'd. S S Cranberry sauce S S
    Amyl acetate 100% O U Creola S O
    Amyl alcohol 100% S S Cuprous chloride sat'd S S
    Amyl chloride 100% O U Cuprous oxide S S
    Aniline 100% S U Cyclohexane U U
    Anise seed oil O U Cyclohexanone U U
    Antimony chloride S S Decalin S U
    Aqua regla O U Detergents synthetic S S
    Aromatic hydrocarbons U U Developers photographic S S
    Arsenic S S Dextrin saturated S S
    Aspirin S S Dextrose saturated S S
    Barium carbonate sat'd. S S Dibutyl ether O U
    Barium chloride saturated S S Dichlorobenzane (O&P) U U
    Barium hydroxide S S Diethylene glycol S S
    Barium sulfate saturated S S Disodium phosphate S S
    Barium sulfide saturated S S Dioxane S S
    Beer S S Emulsions photographic S S
    Benzaldehyde S O Ether O O
    Benzene O U Ethyl acetate 100% O O
    Benzene sulfonic acid S S Ethyl alcohol 100% S S
    Benzic acid - Crystals S S Ethyl alcohol 35% S S
    Benzic acid - Saturated S S Ethylbenzene O U
    Bismuth carbonate sat'd. S S Ethylene glycol S S
    Black liquor S S Ferric chloride sat'd. S S
    Bleach lye 10% S S Ferric nitrate sat'd. S S
    Borax cold saturated S S Ferrous ammonium citrate S S
    Boric acid dilute S S Ferrous chloride sat'd. S S
    Brine S S Ferrous sulfate S S
    Bromic acid 10% S S Fluoboric acid S S
    Bromine liquid 100% O U Fluorine S U
    Bromochloromethane U U Fluosilicic acid 32% S S
    Butadlene U U Fluosiicic acid conc. S S
    Butanediol 10% S S Formaldehyde 10-30% S S
    Butanediol 60% S S Formaldehyde 30-40% S O
    Butanediol 100% S S Formic acid 20% S S
    Butter S S Formic acid 50% S S
    Butyl acetate 100% O U Formic acid 100% S S
    Butyl alcohol 100% S S Fructose saturated S S
    Butylene glycol S S Fuel oil S U
    Butylic acid 100% S S Furtural 100% O U
    Caffeine citrate saturated S S Furturyl alcohol S O
    Calcium bisulfide S S Galtic acid saturated S S
    Calcium bromide S S Gasoline S U
    Calcium carbonate sat'd. S S Glucose S S
    Calcium chlorate saturated S S Glycerin S S
    Calcium chloride saturated S S Glycol S S
    Calcium hydroxide S S Glycolic acid 30% S S
    Calcium hypochloride bleach sol'n S S Grape juice S S
    Calcium nitrate 50% S S Grapefruit juice S S
    Calcium sulfate S S Heptane O U
    Camphor crystals S S Hexachlorobenzene S S
    Camphor oil U U Hexane U U
    Carbon dioxide 100% dry S S Hydrobromic acid 50% S S
    Carbon dioxide 100% wet S S Hydrochloric acid 10% S S
    Carbon dioxide cold sat'd. S S Hydrochloric acid 30% S S
    Carbon disulphide O U Hydrochloric acid 35% S S
    Carbon monixide S S Hydrocyanic acid S S
    Carbon tetrachloride U U Hydrocyanic acid sat'd. S S
    Carbonic acid S S Hydrofluoric acid 40% S S
    Carnauba wax S S Hydrofluoric acid 60% S S
    Carrot juice S S Hydrofluoric acid 75% S S
    Hydrogen 100% S S    Silver S S
    Hydrogen bromide 10% S S    Tin S S
    Hydrogen chloride gas dry S S    Zinc S S
    Hydrogen peroxide 30% S S Potassium bicarbonate sat'd. S S
    Hydrogen peroxide 90% S O Potassium borate 1% S S
    Hydroquinone S S Potassium bromate 10% S S
    Hydrogen sulfide S S Potassium bromide sat'd. S S
    Hypochlorous acid conc. S S Potassium carbonate S S
    Inks S S Potassium chlorate sat'd. S S
    Iodine crystals O O Potassium chloride sat'd. S S
    Isobutyl alcohol S S Potassium cyanide sat'd. S S
    Isopropyl alcohol S S Potassium dichromate 40% S S
    Isopropyl ether O U Potassium ferri/ferro cyanide S S
    Kerosene O O Potassium nitrate sat'd. S S
    Lactic acid 10% S S Potassium perborate sat'd. S S
    Lactic acid 90% S S Potassium perchlorate 10% S S
    Lanolin S S Potassium permanganate 20% S S
    Lard S S Potassium sulfate conc. S S
    Lead acetate sat'd. S S Potassium sulfide conc. S S
    Lead nitrate S S Potassium sulfite conc. S S
    Lemon juice S S Potassium persulfate sat'd. S S
    Lemon oil O U Propane gas S S
    Lime juice S S Propergyl alcohol S S
    Linseed oil S S Propyl alcohol S S
    Magnesium sulfate sat'd. S S Propylene glycol S S
    Margarine S S Pyridine S O
    Magnesium carbonate sat'd. S S Rayon coagulating bath S S
    Magnesium chloride saturated S S Resorcinol S S
    Magnesium hydroxide sat'd. S S Sallcytic acid S S
    Magnesium nitrate sat'd. S S Sea water S S
    Mercuric chloride S S Shortening S S
    Mercuric cyanide sat'd. S S Silicic acid S S
    Mercurous nitrate sat'd. S S Silver nitrate sol'n. S S
    Mercury S S Soap solution conc. S S
    Methyl alcohol 100% S S Sodium acetate sat'd. S S
    Methyl ethyl ketone 100% U U Sodium benzoate 35% S S
    Methylsulfuric acid S S Sodium bicarbonate sat'd. S S
    Methylene chloride 100% U U Sodium bisulfate sat'd. S S
    Milk S S Sodium bisulfite sat'd. S S
    Mineral oils S U Sodium borate S S
    Molasses S S Sodium carbonate conc. S S
    Mustard (prepared) S S Sodium chlorate sat'd. S S
    Naphtha O U Sodium chloride sat'd. S S
    Napthalene S U Sodium cyanide S S
    Natural gas (wet) S S Sodium dichromate sat'd. S S
    Nickel chloride sat'd. S S Sodium ferricyanide sat'd. S S
    Nickel nitrate conc. S S Sodium ferricyanide S S
    Nickel sulfate S S Sodium fluoride sat'd. S S
    Nicotinic acid S S Sodium hydroxide conc. S S
    Nitric acid 0-30% S S Sodium hypochlorite S S
    Nitric acid 30-50% S O Sodium nitrate S S
    Nitric acid 70% S O Sodium nitrite S S
    Nitric acid 85-90% U U Sodium perborate S S
    Nitrobenzene 100% U U Sodium phosphate S S
    Nitroglycerine O U Sodium sulfide 25% to saturated S S
    Octane S S Sodium sulfite sat'd S S
    Oleura conc. U U Sodium thlosulphate S S
    Olive oil S S Soybean oil S S
    Orange juice S S Stannous chloride sat'd. S S
    Ozalic acid dilute S S Stannic chloride sat'd. S S
    Ozalic acid saturated S S Starch solution sat'd. S S
    Ozone O O Stearic acid 100% S S
    Palm oil S S Sulfuric acid 0-50% S S
    Paraffin oil S O Sulfuric acid 70% S O
    Peanut butter S S Sulfuric acid 80% S U
    Perchloroethylene U U Sulfuric acid 96% O U
    Pepper (fresh ground) S S Sulfuric acid 96% conc. O U
    Peppermint oil O U Sulfuric acid fuming U U
    Perchloric acid 50% S O Sulfurous acid S S
    Petroleum ether U U Tartaric acid S S
    Petroleum jelly S S Tannic acid 10% S S
    Phenol S S Tea S S
    Phosphoric acid 0-30% S S Tetrahydrofuran O O
    Phosphoric acid 30-90% S S Toluene U U
    Phosphoric acid over 90% S S Tomato juice S S
    Photographic solutions S S Transformer oil S O
    Phthalic anhydride S S Trisodium phosphate sat'd. S S
    Pickling baths (listed below) - - Trichloroethylene U U
       Sulfuric acid S S Turpentine O U
       Hydrochloric acid S S Urea S S
       Sulfuric-nitric S U Urine S S
    Pine oil O U Vanilla extract S S
    Plating solutions (listed below) - - Vaseline S S
       Brass S S Vinegar com. S S
       Cadmium S S Wetting agents S S
       Chromium S S Whiskey S S
       Copper S S Wines S S
       Gold S S Xylene U U
       Indium S S Yeast S S
       Lead S S Zinc chloride sat'd. S S
       Nickel S S Zinc oxide S S
       Rhodium S S Zinc sulfate sat'd. S S

    NOTE: The above information concerns general chemical resistance only. Since other factors such as permeation, ESCR, and container design are involved, full compativility testing is recommended.

    S = Satisfactory
    O = Some Attack
    U = Unsatisfactory

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