Cell Phones Must Be Turned Off Aluminum Sign (Diamond Reflective)

Cell Phones Must Be Turned Off Aluminum Sign (Diamond Reflective)


‘Cell Phones Must Be Turned Off’ Aluminum Signs to Maintain a Quiet, Disturbance-Free Area

  • Crafted with 3M™ Diamond Grade™ DG³ reflective signs with higher luminance.
  • Graphic material with 450 GSM and 440 micron thickness used in the signs
  • Made of 63 mil thick rustproof aluminum base material.
  • Digitally printed signs are laminated for weather, abrasions, & chemicals resistance
  • Signs come with 12 years of durability with lamination.

Our Diamond Reflective ‘Cell Phones Must Be Turned Off’ Signs are Made of Durable, Rustproof Aluminum

Avoid disturbances in your premises with our reflective signs that urge people to switch off their phones. At Best of Signs, we make ‘Cell Phones Must Be Switched Off Notice’ aluminum signs in diamond reflective grade to place in theateres, workplaces, conference halls, and more. Equipped with a 3M™ Diamond Grade™ DG³ reflective sheeting, our signs offer high luminance visibility at distances most critical to drivers after dark. They have three times more reflectivity than 'High Intensity' signs and ten times more reflectivity than 'Engineer Grade' signs. Created with 440 microns thick material that comes with a graphic weight of 450 GSM, our signs meet high regulatory standards.

We use digital printing techniques on our switch off cell phone signs to reproduce impactful messaging. Our signs also display clear messages at all times due to a strong lamination that can easily withstands weather damage, and are resistant to chemicals, abrasions, scuffs and scratches. These cell phone signs are made of rustproof 63 mil thick aluminum bases material that is highly resilient and strong. Offering a 12-year durability with lamination, our no cell phone use signs last long. Buy your signs today!

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