Hospital Radiation Braille Sign

Hospital Radiation Braille Sign


Scratch & Vandal-Resistant Acrylic Hospital Radiation Braille Signs 

  • Feature durable raster braille clear acrylic spheres. 
  • Braille complies with California braille specifications.  
  • Uses the standard font with 1/32” raised letters. 
  • Meets latest federal ADA guidelines for dot dimension, spacing, etc.

Buy Hospital Radiation Braille Signs to Raise Information  


Raise awareness about areas or sources of radiation in your facility with our Hospital Radiation Braille Signs, especially to visually impaired individuals. So, make your hospital premises inclusive to everyone with our radiology ADA signs complying with California Braille specifications.  


Our hospital radiation braille signs are made of 1/16” thick, rigid non-glare acrylic material. The signs have a matte finish that diffuses reflected light and reduces the coherence of the reflected image. The 1/32” raised letters in combination with Sans Serif or Simple Serif font, make the signs highly comprehensible. Get them in black/white or gray/white text combination options.  


Radiology ADA Braille Signs Feature Raster Braille Clear Acrylic Spheres  


Our X-Ray ADA braille signs are a combination of Grade 2 braille, tactile pictograms and characters, a uniform layout convention necessary to enable easy comprehension for the visually impaired. The scratch-resistant signs comply with ADA 28 CFR Part 36 regulations and California Braille specifications – the standards applicable nationwide. 


The right size and placement of signs is essential to ensure your facility and people around stay safe from critical areas and hazards. The signs feature raster braille clear acrylic spheres. The premium quality beads for braille meet the latest federal ADA guidelines for dot dimension, spacing, height, and shape. So, shop for the premium-quality acrylic hospital radiation braille signs now! 

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