Identifying highly flammable materials helps to prevent unwanted accidents at the workplace. To communicate this, you need to use proper signage. Our digital print signs bring attention to hazardous areas for safety and compliance. They keep people aware and safe, reducing the chances of fire injuries.
The heavy-duty signs are sturdy because of the 63-mm thick aluminum material. They resist water and corrosion, and hold up against harsh conditions to suit indoor and outdoor displays. The signs can withstand daily use to offer reliable performance.
For high-quality graphics, we use digital printing technology on our aluminum signs. The printed texts and images are bold, detailed, and vibrant to stand out from a distance. Workers and visitors can see the text for effective communication and swift adherence.
We offer customization options to fit the specific needs of your business. You can choose to laminate our danger flammable signs for enhanced protection and extended longevity.
Our aluminum signs have a pre-printed message that informs people of materials that are highly flammable. You can set them up in minutes right from the package. The ready-to-use signs save time and costs spent on self-designing.
With lamination, our digital print signs can last for up to 10 years. The top layer protects the graphics from fading, chemical damage, and abrasions to keep a neat look, minimizing constant replacement costs.
Take advantage of discounted prices when you purchase our aluminum signs in bulk. You can order multiple signs to place in every hazardous location, depending on the budget or individual requirements. Bulk buying lowers the cost of each sign for great savings.
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