Aluminum Base Series - Wall Mounted Photoluminescent Path Marking Door Signs
The Aluminum Base Series – Wall Mounted Photoluminescent Pathmarking Door Signs provide visibility and indicate direction of egress in all light conditions. The signs are designed to be installed on the wall beside egress doors which can be done with premium polyurethane adhesive. The photoluminescent signs are visible for many hours after the lights go out, having been charged from sunlight or artificial light.
Weight: 0.172 lbs/sign
- Products are Aluminum based and 100% recyclable.
MR Credit 4: Recycled Content
- Products are Aluminum based and approximately 20% of the aluminum content in an Ecoglo secondary billet specification is recycled scrap.
Ecoglo’s Recommended Installation Adhesive has low VOC’s and qualifies for Indoor Environmental Quality credits for low emitting materials: EQc4.1
Building Fire and Life Safety Codes
The Ecoglo Aluminum Base Series – Wall Mounted Pathmarking Door Signs meets the following Building, Fire & Life Safety Codes:
- IBC/IFC 2009, 2012 (Section 1024 – Luminous Egress Path Markings) and 2015 (Section 1025)
- NFPA 101-2009 and 170-2009
- NYC LL 141 of 2013 (Section BC 1024 Luminous Egress Path Markings)
- NYC LL 26 of 2004 Reference Standard 6-1
- California Building Code Section 1024 Exit Passageways
- Connecticut State Fire Safety Code Section 1026 Floor Proximity Egress Path Markings
Benefits and Technical Details
Ecoglo Aluminum Base Series – Wall Mounted Pathmarking Door Signs meets or exceeds the performance criteria specified in the following tests or standards:
- ASTM E2073-02, Standard Test Method for Photopic Luminance of Photoluminescent (Phosphorescent) Markings.
- DIN 67510 Part 1, Phosphorescent Pigments and Products: Measurement and identification by the manufacturer.
- ISO 17398:2004 Clause 7.11, Safety Colors and Safety Signs- Classification, Performance and Durability of Safety Signs.
- ASTM G155-04 Cycle 1 2000hrs, Standard Practice for Operating Xenon Arc Light Apparatus for Exposure of Nonmetallic Materials.
- Salt Spray Resistance: ASTM B117-97 500hrs, Standard Practice for Operating Salt Spray (Fog) Apparatus.
- Freeze-Thaw Resistance: ASTM C1026-87(1996), Standard Test Method for Measuring the Resistance of Ceramic Tile to Freeze-Thaw Cycling
- UL410, Standard for Slip Resistance for Floor Surface Materials.
- AS/NZS 4586-1999, Slip Resistance Classification of New Pedestrian Surface Materials.
- ASTM D1242-95a, Standard Test Methods for Resistance of Plastic Materials to Abrasion.
- ASTM F510-93(2004), Standard Test Method for Resistance to Abrasion of Resilient Floor Coverings Using an Abrader with a Grit Feed Method.
- JIS H8682-1:1999, Test methods for abrasion resistance of anodic oxide coatings on aluminum and aluminum alloys- Wheel wear test.
- ASTM D4828-94(2003), Standard Test Methods for Practical Washability of Organic Coatings.
- ASTM D3648-2004, Standard Practices for the Measurement of Radioactivity.
- Toxicity: Bombardier SMP 800-C (2000), Toxic Gas Generation Test.
- ASTM E162-02, Standard Test Method for Surface Flammability of Materials Using a Radiant Heat Energy Source.
- ASTM D635-03, Standard Test Method for Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Plastics in a Horizontal Position.
- FAA AC 23.2 Paragraph 4.b, Horizontal Burn Test.