Ecoglo’s line of express path marking products provide excellent visibility in exit paths which may be difficult to navigate in emergency conditions. Our photoluminescent strips and luminous egress path markings always turn on, even if back up lighting fails. In addition to being completely fail safe, Ecoglo photoluminescent markings cut through shadows, enabling quicker egress speeds. Our express pathmarking series offers a cost-effective solution to meeting the requirements of building and fire codes, requiring luminescent egress markings.
Ecoglo’s photoluminescent handrail markings enhance the ease and speed of egress within your building. These photoluminescent strips are an integral part of any egress path that includes stairs with railings.
Our illumuniated handrails are sleek enough to fit into any space, without distracting from the design of your building.
This line of Ecoglo’s photoluminescent egress path markings can be used in a variety of applications. Providing high visibility in low light conditions, perimeter demarcation strips can be wall mounted or floor mounted, to safely guide patrons to the nearest exit.
The expertly engineered and rigorously tested photoluminescent strips ensure a durable, long-lasting egress path marking solution for your building.
These UL certified self-luminous exit signs create a safe environment for all people, by guiding patrons through your building, towards the nearest exit. Self-luminous directional signs are a vital part of any egress system, to enhance both the speed and safety of egress.
Ecoglo offers a wide range of self-luminous exit signs so you get the perfect code compliant solution for your building.
The express pathmarking series of products are cut using hand shears and install easily using the 3M tape on the base. The aggressive 3M double sided tape and the rigidity of the products result in a strong installation.
Find installation information for Ecoglo’s directional, self-luminous exit signs here.
Ecoglo’s luminous egress path markings provide excellent visibility in all lighting conditions, and as such are required and approved by the following building and fire codes: