Glow Wet Chemical Extinguisher Sign
Illuminate your workplace with the Glow Wet Chemical Extinguisher Sign. This exceptional sign not only meets the high standards of British Standard BS5499-2:1986, but it also boasts an innovative glow-in-the-dark feature.
- Meets British Standard BS5499-2:1986
- Glow-in-the-dark feature for enhanced visibility during power outages or emergencies
- Charges itself during the day
- Constructed from durable 1.3 mm rigid plastic
- Surpasses PSPA class B (50/7-900 DIN 67510) for superior quality and performance
- Made in the UK by The Sign Shed
Functionality and safety are combined in this photo-luminescent sign. It charges itself during the day, ensuring it's ready to emit a striking glow during power outages or other emergencies. The glow-in-the-dark feature provides enhanced visibility, making it easier to locate the wet chemical extinguisher.
Constructed from durable 1.3 mm rigid plastic, this sign is built to last. It exceeds the PSPA class B standard, guaranteeing its superior quality and performance. It's made in the UK by The Sign Shed, a leading online sign provider with a 5-star rating on Reviews.io.
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