Glow In The Dark Fire Exit Sign Up Left Arrow
Ensure the safety of your premises with our Glow In The Dark Fire Exit Sign Up Left Arrow. This sign is designed to meet the requirements of British Standard BS5499-2:1986, providing you with peace of mind.
Our Class B* photo-luminescent sign is engineered to charge itself in normal daylight and will glow brightly in darkness during emergency situations, such as power failures. This ensures that your fire exit remains clearly visible, aiding in the safe evacuation of your building.
Manufactured in the UK by The Sign Shed using durable 1.3 mm rigid plastic, this sign is built to last. Its high-quality construction ensures longevity and reliability, even in high-stress environments.
Not only does our Glow In The Dark Fire Exit Sign Up Left Arrow meet the required standards, but it also surpasses PSPA class B (50/7-900 DIN 67510), further guaranteeing its performance and visibility.
At The Sign Shed, we pride ourselves on providing top-notch products and services. With our Reviews.io 5 Star Rating, you can trust that you are dealing with a reputable online sign provider. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to delivering exceptional customer service and industry knowledge.
Shop with confidence online or visit our HQ in Yorkshire to collect your Glow In The Dark Fire Exit Sign Up Left Arrow. With a focus on sustainability, our signage is proudly made in Britain using recycled materials, making a positive impact on the environment.
- Complies with British Standard BS5499-2:1986
- Class B* photo-luminescent sign
- Charges in normal daylight and glows in darkness
- Manufactured in the UK from durable 1.3 mm rigid plastic
- Surpasses PSPA class B (50/7-900 DIN 67510)
- Reviews.io 5 Star Rating for products and services
- Expertise in safety signage, banners, and personalised signage
- Industry leaders in recycled material signage
- Proudly made in Britain
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