Luminous Egress in South Carolina

South Carolina building codes follow the regulations set out in the 2015 International Fire and Building codes. Luminous egress path markings are required by sections 1024 and 1025, for all new and existing high-rise commercial buildings. South Carolina buildings must install luminous egress signange and path markings in stairwells and landings.

For luminous egress in South Carolina, rely on Ecoglo® to bring you the best in value, and superior performance.

Your #1 Choice for Code Compliant Luminous Egress Path Markings in South Carolina

Long before luminous egress path markings were required in South Carolina, Ecoglo® has been expertly engineering photoluminescent path marking products. For over 20 years Ecoglo® has been the number one choice for luminous egress path markings across the United States. Our products don’t just meet code, but exceed local and international building and fire code compliance.

Create a safe, visible egress path in your South Carolina buildings with the help of Ecoglo®! Our products are built to with stand the wear and tear of everyday use, without requiring maintenance or replacement. 

Remember… with Ecoglo, you’ll never miss a step!

Ecoglo H3001 Photoluminescent Handrail Markings

Providing a Safe and Illuminated Egress Path

When you chose to install Ecoglo® products you chose the safer, environmentally friendly choice for luminous egress path markings. When the power fails in your building there is no need to panic, thanks to our photoluminescent products, which have been manufactured using Ecoglo®’s patented manufacturing process. Luminous and photoluminescent marking systems can save lives, as they shine brightly when everything else fails.

The importance of improving the visibility of stair treads, hand rails, perimeter and obstructions in an egress path cannot be understated. In emergency situations, visibility can often be compromised, making the need for an easy to follow egress path critical. Ecoglo® products cut through smoke and shadows and provide a bright, photoluminescent light that lasts for hours, enhancing the speed and safety of egress in every situation.

Ecoglo® helps create safe illuminated egress paths in South Carolina by providing you with industry leading, cost-effective products that are guaranteed to last.

Luminous Egress Path Marking Code Compliance in South Carolina

Section 1025 provisions provide an additional level of safety to buildings’ egress paths by requiring the installation of photoluminescent or self-illuminating marking systems that do no require electrical power and the associated wiring and circuits. This means that even if a building’s power supply fails to operate, photoluminescent egress markings ensures occupants can safely egress a building via exit stairways. This is especially necessary in high-rise buildings, which feature a greater anticipated occupant load and occupants which way not be familiar with the emergency exit path.

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Fire and Building Safety

The State Fire Marshal is there to support South Carolina in saving life and property, as well as ensuring compliance with state fire safety regulations. At the heart of fire-safety and regulatory guidelines are effective emergency egress pathways. Luminous egress pathways are critical to a safe and efficient evacuation, with the potential to save lives. Fire Marshal approved, Ecoglo® provides reliable luminous egress path markings for your buildings in South Carolina.

Recommended Luminous Egress Path Markings in South Carolina

For your new or existing projects, browse the range of Ecoglo® products, hand-picked just for South Carolina. 

Ecoglo H5001 Luminescent Handrail Strip
Hnadrail Guidance Strips
Ecoglo E30 Series Luminous Contrast Strips
Luminescent Contrast Strips
Ecoglo RF7-E30 Aluminum Luminescent Flat Stair Treads
Luminescent Flat Stair Nosing
Ecoglo S10-E30 Series Luminous Cast In Place Stair Nosing
Luminous Cast in Place Stair Nosing

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