Keeping employees and visitors safe and away from hazardous areas is essential for your business. This requires effective and clear communication that is highly visible to everyone who sets foot on your premises. Install our general safety signs to warn people about hazards and remind them to take the necessary precautions so that everyone stays safe.
Aluminum gives the signs a sturdy structure. With a thickness of 40ml, the signs don't bend easily. With rustproof material, our general hazard signs prevent corrosion. The strength of the aluminum material makes the signs durable enough to withstand even the toughest weather.
A sheeting of 3M™ Engineer-Grade Prismatic Reflective material covers the surface to make our general prohibition signs visible. The reflective surface is durable, so it lasts for a long time. This delivers high-quality and effective communication to passersby.
Modify your danger keep off signs with our various customization options. You can add lamination to the signs for enhanced protection on the surface. We offer different options that suit your specific budget and your business requirements.
Resistance to water protects our general hazard signs from damage. This helps to extend the lifespan of the signs. Water resistance increases durability, so the signs can easily withstand storms and rain.
Lamination enhances the weatherability of our general prohibition signs. The lamination creates a barrier on the surface that resists scratches and other damage. We use digital printing that offers lightfastness for fade-resistant graphics when the signs are in direct sunlight or outdoors.
Enjoy extended usage with our long-lasting general safety signs. A tough topcoat forms from the lamination technique. This lamination protects the signs from abrasions and chemicals, which gives the signs a 7-year lifespan for indoor and outdoor use.
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