LaserGlow In Fire Emergency Do Not Use Elevator Use Stairs Signs
In Fire Emergency Do Not Use Elevator Sign - 9" x 9" - LaserGlow
LaserGlow In Fire Emergency Do Not Use Elevator Use Stairs Sign - 9" x 9"
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The wording on this sign conforms with the new International Fire Code specifications which are also followed by most fire departments in the United States. Psst versions of this sign had "In Case of Fire..." in the legend. The new IFC standard calls for the exact wording: "In Fire Emergency Do Not Use Elevator. Use Stairs." In compliance with ADA regulations, the Grade 2 Braille on this sign exactly reflects the tactile wording.
Many new or revised building codes and architects are specifying more L.E.E.D ADA compliant signage, especially for critical Fire and Evacuation signage. The most commonly specified LaserGlow sign is the luminous Area of Refuge sign. Although fire-related and exit related signs in LaserGlow self-luminous material is becoming more common in new builds and LEED compliant buildings.
Laser Glow In Fire Emergency Do Not Use Elevator Use Stairs Signs
- LaserGlow meets ADA non-glare matte finish requirement
- LaserGlow material is 1/16" thick, which is thinner than standard ADA signs
- We use ADA compliant font and tactile (1/32 inch raised) letters and/or pictograms
- Our luminous signs are ADA compliant for size and letter height
- We use Federal and California ADA compliant California Grade 2 Braille. Note: The use of California standards for Braille satisfies both Federal and California regulations, allowing a single dot configuration for all Braille signs nationwide.)
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