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Fire Exit Door Plate Man Left / Door to be Kept Closed Sign

SKU: RNG_03338 Category Tag
Order this Product by 3:30pm on Tuesday for delivery on Wednesday

Description

Something as simple as a fire exit route can be incredibly difficult to navigate without the right signage. While you may know the way out of your building do visitors, staff or customers? Fire exit signs are designed to offer a means of escape during a fire. The signs are designed to direct people to the nearest fire exit and are used in combination with other directional signs to create a fast and safe way out of a building.

The text and graphics on the sign are printed to industry standards so they are instantly recognisable as a safety sign. The directional arrow sign is printed in green and white and the blue instructional sign to keep the fire door closed is printed in blue and white. Available in 3 sizes, 100mm by 300mm, 150mm by 450mm and 200mm by 600mm. The signs are also available in either self-adhesive vinyl or a rigid plastic material 1mm thick. All of the signage that we supply features rounded corners and is fully compliant with legislation such as EN ISO 7010:2012.

If you would like to find out more about our signage or you are looking for something very specific for your premises, please contact our team who will be happy to help and point you in the right direction.

Specifications

Weight 0.00000000 kg
Size

75x300mm

Material

1mm Rigid Plastic, Self Adhesive Vinyl

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Delivery

All stock items are usually dispatched the same day if ordered before 3:30 pm. We offer FREE DELIVERY on all orders over £25.00 (exc VAT) For more details, please view our Delivery Information page.

Returns

If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you have the right to cancel your purchase, you have the right to cancel your order within 14 working days from the date of delivery for a credit or refund. Please view our Returns Information for further details.

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