Employees Only Braille Sign

Employees Only Braille Sign


Employees Only ADA Braille Sign is ADA Approved 

  • Scratch, chemical, and vandal-resistant. 
  • ADA compliant with Grade 2 Braille. 
  • Designed with 1/16” thick, rigid, non-glare acrylic sheet. 
  • Comply with ADA 28 CFR Part 36 regulations. 

Shop Employees Only Braille Sign is Made with Long-Lasting Material 

Searching for a tool that makes the environment for your visitors independent. Keeping the same thing in mind, BannerBuzz, introduces Employees Only Braille Sign that helps to assist your visitors and at the same time provides them with all the necessary information or detail. 

The ADA Employees Only Sign is made from durable, long-lasting material that is both vandal-proof and scratch-resistant. Chemicals have no effect on them, and they can withstand them. They are a standard 6 inches by 9 inches in size and can be tacked to any smooth surface like a door, wall, or window. 

ADA Employees Only Sign is Scratch Proof 

ADA Employees Only Sign are required to be 1/16 inch tall, but a resident has complained that the sign posted in the mechanical room is too small. It is scratch- and vandal-proof, and acrylic is also transparent. Matte ADA signs follow California law when it comes to the size, placement, and spacing of braille balls. Graphic symbols; Braille Grade 2; a dot and a third. As a general rule, they are written in bold Sans Serif or Simple Serif fonts so that the widest possible audience can read them. 


Black-and-white and gray-and-white signs are equally effective because the text stands out against the background. To ensure that the braille layout is uniform across all of our products, we only use raster braille clear acrylic beads that are compliant with the most recent federal ADA guidelines. So, what are you waiting for? Buy Employees Only Braille Sign, today! 

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