No Cell Phone Use Braille Sign

No Cell Phone Use Braille Sign


No Cell Phone Use Braille Sign is Durable 

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

Shop No Cell Phone Use Braille Sign is Made of Non-Glare Acrylic Sheet 

Are you trying to find a tool that will give your website's visitors more freedom? The same purpose is served by the No Cell Phone Use Braille Sign from BannerBuzz, which alerts people to restricted areas and gives them all the information they need. 

Braille No Cell Phones Use Signs has is 1/16 inch tall and reads, Acrylic is transparent and both scratch- and vandal-proof. Matte The braille balls on ADA signs are sized, placed, and spaced in accordance with California law. A dot and a third; graphic symbols; Braille Grade 2. To make them as readable as possible to the widest audience, they are typically written in bold Sans Serif or Simple Serif fonts. 

Braille No Cell Phones Use Signs is Available in Different Color Options 

The Braille No Cell Phones Use Signs construction material was scratch- and vandal-proof. Use the No Cell Phone Tactile Touch Braille Sign in Braille guarantees that it will be clear for a long time. Chemicals have no effect on them, and they are immune to them. They can be tacked to any flat surface, such as a door, wall, or window, and their typical dimensions are 6 by 9. 

Both 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 consistent across all of our products, we only use raster braille clear acrylic beads that adhere to the most recent federal ADA guidelines. So, what are you waiting for? Buy, No Cell Phone Use Braille Sign today! 

Disclaimer: All signs and banners content on is used for example purposes only. It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser to contact their local, city, or state government offices to obtain the legal requirements for any and all signs before having their signs printed.