Electrical Room Braille Sign

Electrical Room Braille Sign


ADA Approved Electrical Room Braille Sign in Acrylic Material 

  • Constructed using non-glare, 1/16" thick acrylic. 
  • Feature ADA approved raster braille acrylic beads.  
  • Scratch, chemical and vandal resistant. 
  • Complies with California Grade 2 braille standards. 

Buy Electrical Room Braille Signs to Ensure Safety Around Your Building Premises 

From workplaces, restaurants, to retail spaces, electrical equipment locations should be clearly indicated to avoid any hazard. Display our ADA approved Electrical Room Braille Signs and warn your workers, guests, and customers about critical electrical rooms in your establishments.  

Our ADA compliant electrical room signs with braille are made of 1/16” thick non-glare, scratch- and vandal-resistant acrylic. The matte ADA signs conform to California braille specifications such as shape, size, location and spacing relative to each braille ball. They comprise of Grade 2 braille, pictograms, or 1/32" raised lettering in Sans Serif or Simple Serif type font, so they are incredibly noticeable and readable by the widest possible audience.    

ADA Compliant Electrical Room Signs with Braille Available in Two Color Combinations  

Our superior-quality braille signs are available in 6 x 6 inches – perfect to install on doors whether indoors or outdoors. The contrasting color options – black/white or gray/white make the message incredibly visible to visually impaired people and elderly.  

Additionally, our ADA doors signs are durable and withstand the test of time. They comply with ADA 28 CFR Part 36 regulations and use raster braille clear acrylic beads compliant with latest federal ADA guideline. These signs are usable nationwide. So, shop for the electrical room braille signs now and make your establishment safe and accessible to everyone.  

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