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31018C: Fire extinguisher symbol-150x150mm

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Fire extinguisher symbol Manufactured in 3: Photoluminescent Rigid . Size, if applicable 150 x 150 mm

Under the Regulatory Reform – Fire Safety) Order 2005, any non-automatic- Fire fighting equipment should be identified with an appropriate sign. The signs should be positioned and designed in accordance with BS EN ISO 7010:2020 to ensure maximum levels of comprehension.



Material Options Explained

Below is a more detailed description of the materials this particular safety sign is available in. Helping you decide which sign option is most suitable for your application.

Rigid Plastic:
Lightweight, gloss white PVC with high impact strength. Suitable for both internal and external safety signs. Easily drilled for wall fixing.

Self-Adhesive Vinyl: A high gloss, flexible PVC vinyl with self-adhesive backing. Suitable for applying to most smooth, dry and clean surfaces. Ideally suited for internal signs.

Photoluminescent Rigid Plastic: 1.2mm Rigid PVC with photoluminescent (glow in the dark) pigmentation. Afterglow properties exceed PSPA Class C grade, as measured to DIN 67510 , provides razor sharp definition even in blackout conditionns.

Photoluminescent Self Adhesive: Flexible PVC with photoluminescent (glow in the dark) pigmentation. Afterglow properties exceed PSPA Class C grade, as measured to DIN 67510 , provides razor sharp definition even in blackout conditions.

Aluminium: 0.9mm aluminium with a gloss white powder coated face. Suitable for both internal and external applications. Excellent weathering and UV resistance provides a long-life product.

Rigid Plastic with Self Adhesive Back: Rigid PVC provides a durable finish, whilst a high tack self-adhesive backing removes the need for drilling, screwing or additional adhesive fixings. Also referred to as Quick-Fix signs.

Brass/Aluminium Effect: A 2-Ply 1.5mm rigid PVC laminate with brushed aluminium or brass effect surface. Heat-resistant and robust to withstand the toughest environments

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