Glow In The Dark Refuge Fire Exit Sign Left Arrow
Illuminate your emergency exit with our Glow In The Dark Refuge Fire Exit Sign Left Arrow. This essential addition to your fire safety measures not only meets the standards set by British Standard BS5499-2:1986, but also offers unique features that set it apart from other exit signs:
- Photo-luminescent (glow in the dark) technology charges itself in normal daylight and glows brightly in darkness during power failures or emergencies.
- Manufactured in the UK from durable 1.3 mm rigid plastic, ensuring long-lasting visibility and reliability.
- Surpassing PSPA class B (50/7-900 DIN 67510), this sign goes above and beyond in its luminosity and effectiveness.
At The Sign Shed, we take pride in providing high-quality and compliant safety signage. With our extensive range of fire exit signs and photo-luminescent emergency exit signs, you can trust that your building's occupants will be guided to safety efficiently and effectively.
Founded in 2014, The Sign Shed has quickly become a leading online sign provider in the UK. With a Reviews.io 5 Star Rating for our products and services, you can rely on our expertise and commitment to customer satisfaction. Shop online or visit our HQ in the heart of Yorkshire to explore our range of innovative, British-made, and environmentally friendly signage solutions.
Invest in the Glow In The Dark Refuge Fire Exit Sign Left Arrow and ensure the safety of your premises today.
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