Glow In The Dark Fire Action Call Point Sign
Illuminate your emergency preparedness with the Glow In The Dark Fire Action Call Point Sign. This high-quality sign not only meets the British Standard BS5499-2:1986, but also surpasses the PSPA Class B standard and ISO / EN7010.
Designed to ensure your safety in the event of an emergency, this photo-luminescent sign charges itself in normal daylight and glows brightly in darkness, providing clear instructions and indicating the location of fire alarm call points. Crafted in the UK by The Sign Shed, this sign is made from durable 1.3 mm rigid plastic, ensuring its longevity and reliability.
Its distinctive glow-in-the-dark feature makes it invaluable during power failures, allowing for quick and easy identification of the call points. Install this fire safety sign in your building to provide clear guidance and promote a safe environment for all occupants.
- Emergency-ready: Glows in the dark during power failures
- Meets Standards: Complies with British Standard BS5499-2:1986
- High Visibility: Photo-luminescent sign surpasses PSPA Class B standard and ISO / EN7010
- Durable Construction: Made from 1.3 mm rigid plastic
- Clear Instructions: Indicates the location of fire alarm call points
When you purchase this Glow In The Dark Fire Action Call Point Sign in bulk, you can save up to 30% off the regular price. Take advantage of this offer and enjoy free delivery today!
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