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Reserved For Law Enforcement Officer Aluminum Sign (Diamond Reflective)
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Reserved For Law Enforcement Officer Aluminum Sign (Diamond Reflective)

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Our 'Reserved For Law Enforcement Officer' Aluminum Signs (Diamond Reflective) Help Deter Wrongful Parking in Designated Parking Lots

  • Made of durable, non-rusting aluminum base material.
  • 3M™ Diamond Grade™ DG³ reflective sheeting graphic material used.
  • Created with graphic material that is 440 microns thick & weighs 450 GSM.
  • Digitally printed & laminated for superior weather resistance.
  • Water, abrasions, and chemical resistant signs come with a 12-year durability.
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‘Reserved For Law Enforcement Officer’ Aluminum Signs (Diamond Reflective) Stay Durable for 12 Years

Using our ‘Reserved for law enforcement officer’ display signs (diamond reflective) is a great way to ensure that the law-enforcement officer has parking space reserved for his vehicle. Made of sturdy and rustproof aluminum base material, the signs are complemented with 3M’s diamond grade™ DG³ reflective sheeting. Coming from the 4000 series (grade-11), it has three times the reflectivity of High Intensity and ten times the reflectivity of Engineer Grade signs. Meeting high regulatory standards, the graphic material has a thickness of 440 microns and weight of 450 GSM.

For clarity, the reserved parking signs for law officers are digitally printed. They are laminated to provide extra protection from chemicals, water, and chafing. The topcoat is durable and resistant to scratches and scuffs. It also helps improve safety by providing higher luminance values at distances most critical to drivers. The signs are durable and come with a 12-year durability. They are a wise investment to keep unauthorized vehicles out of slots reserved for the law enforcement officer. Place your order today!

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