Rigid Vinyl Series - Wall Mounted Photoluminescent Path Marking Door Sign

Ecoglo®’s Rigid Vinyl Series- Wall Mounted Photoluminescent Pathmarking Signs enhance the ease of egress in all lighting conditions. Designed to be installed on the wall beside egress doors, these luminous egress path markings signs help to enhance the speed of egress. After gaining a full charge from exposure to either a natural or artificial light source, our wall mounted photoluminescent signs will shine brightly for hours after the facility’s power has failed, to safely guide patrons to the exit discharge. Ecoglo®’s vinyl series wall mounted luminous egress signage can easily be installed using 3M foam tape.

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Ecoglo Rigid Vinyl Wall Mounted Directional Signage

How to Install

  • Installs easily with 3M foam tape. Some surface preparation is required to ensure a strong bond.
  • The foam tape allows for a strong installation on a variety of surfaces. The rigidity of the product spreads any applied load over a greater area of installation adhesion.

Photos

Ecoglo Exit To The Left Photoluminescent Directional Signage
RBE2122-G250R
Ecoglo Exit To The Left Photoluminescent Directional Signage in Dark
RBE2122-G250R (In Dark)
Ecoglo Final Exit To The Right Directional Photoluminescent Signage
RAF2128-G250R
Ecoglo Final Exit To The Right Directional Photoluminescent Signage
RAF2128-G250R (In Dark)

Benefits And Technical Data

Ecoglo Rigid Vinyl Series – Wall Mounted Pathmarking Door Signs meets or exceeds the performance criteria specified in the following tests or standards:

Brightness
High visibility in dark or light conditions.
  • ASTM E2073-02, Standard Test Method for Photopic Luminance of Photoluminescent (Phosphorescent) Markings.
  • ISO 17398:2004 Clause 7.11, Safety Colors and Safety Signs- Classification, Performance and Durability of Safety Signs
  • UL 1994 Listed – IMZI.SA3353
  • ULC 572 Listed – IMZI7.SA3353
Washability

Easy Cleaning

Radioactivity
No radioactivity or toxicity.
  • Toxicity: Bombardier SMP 800-C (2000), Toxic Gas Generation Test.
Flammability
Does not burn.
  • ASTM E162-02, Standard Test Method for Surface Flammability of Materials Using a Radiant Heat Energy Source.