Obstruction markings are a critical aspect of egress systems, and Ecoglo’s line of photoluminescent strips and glow in the dark tape are the failsafe options you can trust. Obstruction demarcation allows patrons to confidently exit your building safely, removing worries about tripping or running into anything.
Charged by artificial or natural light, Ecoglo’s photoluminescent strips and glow in the dark tape provide a steady, long-lasting glow, easily followed in any lighting condition.
Utilizing an unique, proven manufacturing process, Ecoglo produces a range of code compliant photoluminescent obstruction markings to be used as part of your buildings photoluminescent egress systems.
The OB20025 Aluminum Base Photoluminescent Obstruction Marking Strips is ideal for areas required by code to have luminous path markings.
The G250R-OB & G250R-OB-C Photoluminescent Obstruction Strips are used to identify and improve visibility of obstructions within an egress pathway under all light conditions.
Ecoglo®’s G300F-OB Photoluminescent Obstruction Marking Tape creates a safer luminous egress pathway by clearly marking any obstruction within the path.
These high preforming photoluminescent strips and glow in the dark tapes are installed easily on both smooth and textured surfaces.
Installing the photoluminescent strips with a premium polyurethane adhesive creates an extremely durable, moisture resistant bond.
Ecoglo’s glow in the dark tape is easily installed on clean, dry surfaces. After applying the obstruction marking tape, allow 24 hours for the tape to gain maximum bond strength.
Obstacles at or below 6 feet 6 inches (1981 mm) in height and projecting more than 4 inches (102 mm) into the egress path shall be outlined with markings not less than 1 inch (25 mm) in width comprised of a pattern of alternating equal bands, of luminous material and black, with the alternating bands not more than 2 inches (51 mm) thick and angled at 45 degrees (0.79 rad). Obstacles shall include, but are not limited to, standpipes, hose cabinets, wall projections, and restricted height areas.