OSHA Out Of Service Magnetic Sign (Non Reflective)

OSHA Out Of Service Magnetic Sign (Non Reflective)


Install Our Non-Reflective OSHA ‘Out Of Service’ Magnetic Signs Near Inoperative Machinery or Equipments

  • Signs are made of a flexible magnetic sheet with a non-reflective surface.
  • Graphics are 800 microns thick, with a 2570 GSM weight.
  • Full color, 600 DPI, UV printing is done directly on the graphics.
  • Weekly removal & cleaning of the magnetic signs is recommended.
  • The magnetic signs are delivered in the form of a roll.

Vibrant OSHA ‘Out Of Service’ Magnetic Signs Printed in Full-Color with UV Printing Technique

A vibrant OSHA ‘Out of Service’ magnetic sign is always appreciated by visitors, guests, and employees, whenever it is placed near a non-functioning lift, machinery, or equipment. Mandatory as per the OSHA compliant rules, these signs can prevent accidents by alerting everyone that the machinery is out of order. At Best of Signs, we have crafted these OSHA signs from a flexible magnetic sheet, which is 800 microns thick and weighs 2570 GSM. Vibrant with full color, 600 DPI, UV printing, which is done directly on the magnetic sheet, our out of service signs are high on clarity and can be read even from a distance.

We deliver our ‘Out of Service’ signage in the form of a roll and are easy to install. The magnetic sign needs to be straightened before application and to straighten the sign, gently flex it in the opposite direction. Removing and cleaning these signs weekly as well as after any significant rain or snowfall is recommended. Keeping the signs as well as the application surface dry will help in increasing their lifespan. The surface of the application should be free of rust, trim work, deep curves, or vinyl wraps, as they can create air gaps, which prevent the magnetic sheeting from fully gripping the base surface. Promote safety by placing these OSHA safety signs made from superior-quality materials. Order now!

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