DHM03YY Photoluminescent Door Push Bar Marker​​

Ecoglo DHM03YY Luminous Exit Door Press Bar Marker

The DHM03YY Photoluminescent Door Push Bar Marker helps identify any push/panic bar door handle in all lighting conditions which will aid the speed and safety of egress long after a power outage. The-non radioactive and non-toxic photoluminescent panic bar marker simply requires light source, natural or artificial, to charge.

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General Information
  • Install with premium polyurethane adhesive.
  • Weight: 0.274 lbs/sign.
Environmentally Friendly
  • Ecoglo is proud to offer the most environmentally friendly photoluminescent door push bar marker on the market. Our glow-in-the-dark tape requires zero energy to function and qualify for LEED points.
  • Our door push bar marker is both non-toxic and non-radioactive. Our products are made completely out of recyclable material, which means you won’t have to pay disposal costs at the end of their lifecycle.
Engineered for Durability
  • Ecoglo’s photoluminescent door push bar marker is manufactured using the latest technology, to ensure lifelong durability. Our patented manufacturing process gives you the advantage of having the most durable, and highly efficient glow-in-the-dark markers in the market.

Benefits And Technical Data

Ecoglo DHM03YY 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
  • UKLC 572 Listed – IMZI7.SA3353
Washability
  • ASTM D4828-94(2003), Standard Test Methods for Practical Washability of Organic Coatings.
Radioactivity
  • 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.