Ecoglo G250R-H Luminous Handrail Strip

G250R-H & G300RS-H Luminescent Handrail Markings

The 1” wide G250R-H & 0.6” wide G300RS-H  Photoluminescent Handrail Strips enhance egress speeds in all lighting conditions. Thanks to the fast-charging, industry-leading photoluminescent properties of all Ecoglo® products, you can rely on this luminous egress path marking strip to preform it’s best, even when everything else fails. Handrails are a crucial aspect of egress safety, and need to be easily visible in all lighting conditions, to guide patrons to safety. These photoluminescent strips are easy to install and cut to size. Ecoglo®’s patented manufacturing process ensures all of our products are non-toxic, and non-radioactive.


Ecoglo R10 Handrail Marker Corner Cutter
Corner Cutter R10

General Information

  • Curved Photluminescent Rigid Vinyl with 3M tape.
  • 1” x 47” length (G250R-H)
  • 0.6” x 47” length (G300RS-H)
  • Weight: 0.133167 lbs./piece

How To Install

  • Round corners of all open ends to eliminate sharp corners using Corner Cutters R10 (supplied by Ecoglo)
  • Installs easily with 3M double sided tape
  • Pieces cut easily using hand shears.


Installed Durability:

  • The aggressive 3M tape provides a strong bond and the rigidity of the product spreads any applied load over a greater area of installation adhesion.

Engineered for Durability

  • Designed with longevity in mind, Ecoglo’s photoluminescent handrail strips are 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 photoluminescent strips available.

Engineered for Durability

  • Ecoglo is proud to offer the most environmentally friendly photoluminescent handrail strips on the market. Our glow-in-the-dark markings requires zero energy to function and qualify for LEED points.
  • Our products are non-toxic and non-radioactive made completely out of recyclable material, which means you won’t have to pay disposal costs at the end of their lifecycle.