ADA Fire Riser Inside Braille Sign

ADA Fire Riser Inside Braille Sign


ADA Fire Riser Inside Braille Sign is Durable 

  • Scratch, chemical, and vandal proof. 
  • Grade 2 Braille, accessible to those with visual impairments. 
  • Created with a sheet of 1/16" thick, rigid, non-glare acrylic. 
  • Adhere to the standards set forth in the ADA 28 CFR Part 36. 

Shop ADA Fire Riser Room Sign with Braille Accessible for Impairment Visuals 

You are probably trying to find some kind of utility that will give your site's visitors more freedom. BannerBuzz's ADA Fire Riser Inside Braille Sign serves the same purpose by directing visitors' attention to restricted areas while also giving them all the information they need. 

Fire Riser Room ADA Braille Sign resident has lodged a complaint that the sign posted in the boiler room is too small, despite the requirement that signs be 1/16 inch tall. Furthermore, to being scratch- and vandal-proof, acrylic is also see-through. Matte In accordance with California law, ADA signs use braille balls that are the correct size, are evenly spaced, and are located at the bottom of the sign. A dot and a third space; Braille Grade 2. For maximum legibility, they are typically written in large, simple serif or Sans Serif fonts. 

ADA Fire Riser Room Sign with Braille is Easy to Read 

The ADA Fire Riser Room Sign with Braille is constructed from a vandal-proof and scratch-resistant material to ensure its visibility for a long time. They are immune to and unaffected by chemicals. Tack them to any flat surface like a door, wall, or window; their standard size is 6 inches by 9 inches. 

Signs in either black and white or grey and white work well because the text is easily read. All of our products feature a braille layout that is consistent throughout by using raster braille clear acrylic beads, which adhere to the most up-to-date federal ADA guidelines. So, what are waiting for? Buy ADA Fire Riser Inside Braille Sign, today! 

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