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Gate Remain Unlocked During Business Hours Aluminum Sign (HIP Reflective)
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Gate Remain Unlocked During Business Hours Aluminum Sign (HIP Reflective)

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'Gate Remain Unlocked During Business Hours' Aluminum Sign to Inform People About Unlocked Doors for Safety Exits Open Between Business Hours

  • Equipped with 3M’s high-intensity prismatic reflective sheet that is visible at night.
  • Created with graphic material that weighs 400 GSM & is 390 microns thick.
  • Made of rustproof aluminum material.
  • Laminated to protect against weather, abrasions, & chemicals damage.
  • Offers 10 years of durability with lamination.
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HIP-Reflective 'Gate Remain Unlocked During Business Hours' Aluminum Signs with Durable Lamination

Inform people of open gates during business hours for emergency safety escapes and convenience with our ‘Gate Remain Unlocked During Business Hours’ reflective signs. At Best of Signs, we digitally print engaging signs on strong and rustproof aluminum base materials. Our ‘This Door To Remain Unlocked During Business Hours’ signs display messages even in ther dark due to a 3M's high-intensity grade reflective sheeting. These signs offer three times more reflectance than engineer-grade reflective signs and look especially bright when approached from an angle. The graphic material used for the ‘This Door Remain Unlocked’ signs is 390 microns thick and it comes with a weight of 400 GSM.

Reinforced with a strong lamination, our signs show enhanced resistance against extreme weather conditions, water, abrasions, and chemical damage. We give a 10-year durability on our Door Remain Unlocked’ signs with lamination. The prismatic sheeting of our signs also stays attached to the base with the help of pressure-sensitive adhesive. Place an order for our sturdy 'Gate Remain Unlocked During Business Hours' aluminum signs in HIP reflective grade now!

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