Floor level exit signs provide critical information essential to egress safety. As part of a photoluminescent egress pathmarking system, floor identification signs (FID) enhance both egress speeds and safety.
Ecoglo’s FID identify the stair or ramp, floor level, terminus of the top and bottom of the exit enclosure, availability of roof access from the enclosure and the story and direction to the exit discharge. Our emergency exit floor signs also include a braille floor indicator.
Each floor sign is custom made and meets International Code Council (ICC) and National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) regulations.
Using a premium polyurethane adhesive and high-grade double sided tape, Ecoglo’s photoluminescent floor level signs can be installed on both textured and smooth surfaces. The tape provides initial bonding strength, while the polyurethane adhesive cures.
The installation is quick, safe and reliable. Your Ecoglo floor level exit signs will safely guide patrons through your building for years to come.
Ecoglo’s floor signs provide important floor identification information, easily read in all lighting conditions. Floor level exit signs are required at each floor landing, both at the top and bottom of the exit enclosure.
Ecoglo’s emergency floor exit signs meet and exceed the egress guidelines set out in the following building, fire and life safety codes:
A sign shall be provided at each floor landing in exit enclosures connecting more than three stories designating the floor level, the terminus of the top and bottom of the exit enclosure and the identification of the stair or ramp. The signage shall also state the story of, and the direction to the exit discharge and the availability of roof access from the enclosure for the fire department. The sign shall be located 5 feet above the floor landing in a position that is readily visible when the doors are in the open and closed position. Floor level identifications signs in tactile characters complying with ICC A1171.1 shall be located at each floor level landing adjacent to the door leading from the enclosure into the corridor to identify the floor level.