Braille Label - ADA Compliant CA Grade 2 Domed Braille on Self-Adhesive Strips
Minimum Order of 5 Braille Labels Required
Total order must be for 5 or more labels. You can purchase 5 of 1 label, or 1 each of 5 different labels, or varied quantities as long as there are at least 5 labels ordered.
A peel and stick Braille dots label (also called a Braille strip, or a Braille slug) is 1/16” thick, 1/2” tall, and the length necessary to fit the text with correct ADA compliant spacing for each cell. Braille strips have adhesive applied to the back for easy "peel-n-stick" mounting.
If your project requires Braille labels of more than 12 characters/spaces or multiple lines of Braille, or you would like a non-standard color, please contact us for a quote: Sales@ADASignDepot.comImportant Cautions: Braille strips are a custom product and non-returnable. We strongly advise checking with your inspector to be sure they will accept the addition of Braille strips to your existing signage. While we guarantee to provide accurate Grade 2 Domed Braille strips, we cannot control and so cannot guarantee the placement of the Braille on the signs. We are not responsible for any incidental damage to signs from mounting/use of Braille strips and/or the interaction of their adhesive backing with the sign surface. On transparent strips, the adhesive used for mounting is often visible through the transparent label.
Note on Braille strips, labels, "slugs"
- ADA compliant non-glare matte finish
- Strong, easy to apply, peel-and-stick self-adhesive Braille labels
- Braille strips are 1/16” thick and 1/2” tall
- ADA compliant California domed Grade 2 Braille
- California Braille standards meet both Federal and California regulations, allowing a single dot configuration for all braille signs nationwide.
: We strongly advise you consult with your ADA inspector before purchasing to confirm that Braille labels applied to existing signage will be accepted
. Braille strips/labels are a custom made item and not returnable.
While Braille is typically positioned centered and within 3/8"-1/2" below baseline of lowest line of text on sign, we advise you consult with your ADA compliance officials for correct positioning of the Braille on your existing signage.