Slow Down Speed Limit 10 MPH Aluminum Sign (HIP Reflective)

Slow Down Speed Limit 10 MPH Aluminum Sign (HIP Reflective)


The 'Slow Down Speed Limit 10 MPH' Signs Remind Drivers to Slow Down for Safety’s Sake in the Area

  • Signs come with a durability of 10 years.
  • Made with rustproof aluminum base material.
  • Crafted using 3M's high-intensity grade reflective sheet with pressure-sensitive adhesive.
  • Graphic material used is 390 microns thick & comes with a weight 400 GSM.
  • Digitally printed signs are laminated for resistance to water, abrasion and chemical damage.

Durable 'Slow Down Speed Limit 10 MPH' Signs are Laminated for Water, Abrasions & Chemical Resistance

Looking for display signs that notify drivers to slow down in certain areas to prevent any kind of mishaps? Our 'Slow Down Speed Limit 10 MPH' signs from Best of Signs will be perfect to set a speed limit for drivers. Made of rustproof aluminum base material, these signs remain corrosion free to give you signs that are stronger and long lasting. They are made of 3M's High Intensity Grade Reflective graphic material that offers three times more reflectance than engineer grade reflective signs. Especially bright when approached from an angle, our signs are made from Material Series 3930 Grade-4 prismatic sheeting with pressure-sensitive adhesive. Easy to install, the signs are made of graphic material that is 390 microns thick and weighs 400 GSM. These Slow Down Speed Limit 10 MPH Aluminum Signs meet high regulatory standards.

Developed using the digital printing technique, our accurately printed signs have neat edges and impressive detailing. Coated with a resilient lamination topcoat, these signs come with enhanced weatherability and greater resistance to chemical damage, scuffs, scratches and abrasions. Our water-resistant signs stay durable for upto 10 years.

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