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Florida Roof Floor Truss Construction Aluminum Sign (HIP Reflective)
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Florida Roof Floor Truss Construction Aluminum Sign (HIP Reflective)

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Long-Lasting ‘Florida Roof Floor Truss Construction’ Aluminum Signs Mark Out Areas Where Firefighters Need to Stay Extra Safe

  • Signs offer 10-years of durability with lamination.
  • Graphics crafted using 3M's "High Intensity" Grade Reflective Material.
  • Signs are made of 390 microns thick & 400 GSM graphic material.
  • Made of rustproof aluminum base material.
  • Laminated for weather, abrasion & chemical resistance.
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Our ‘Florida Roof Floor Truss Construction’ Aluminum Signs are Made of Rustproof Aluminum Base Material

Looking for signs that comply with Florida state fire regulations? Look no further! Best Of Signs’s Florida ‘Roof Floor Truss Construction’ signs are perfect to notify firefighters of potentially dangerous truss construction and the need to be careful around it. Our highly reflective signs feature 3M's High-Intensity Grade Reflective graphic material that offers up to three times more reflectance than engineer grade reflective signs. The signs seem especially bright when approached from an angle. The material series used in the signs is 3930 Grade-4 prismatic sheeting with pressure sensitive adhesive that meets all the ASTM standards. Offering a 10-year durability, our signs use graphic material that is 390 microns thick and comes with a weight of 400 GSM.

Created using rustproof aluminum to stand the test of time, our signs are digitally printed to offer enhanced vision. These Florida truss signs are laminated for greater weatherability and superior abrasion and chemical resistance. This lamination also offers a tough topcoat for greater endurance against scuffs and scratches. Our water-resistant signs do not fade easily and can be installed without any hassle.

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