Staff Break Room Braille Sign

Staff Break Room Braille Sign


Staff Break Room Braille Sign is Durable 

  • Braille complies with California Braille specification. 
  • Scratch, chemical, and vandal-resistant. 
  • ADA compliant with Grade 2 Braille. 
  • Designed with 1/16” thick, rigid, non-glare acrylic sheet. 

Shop Non-Glare Acrylic Sheet Staff Break Room Braille Sign 

Searching for a door sign that is understandable and clear? We have discovered a Staff Break Room Braille Sign for you. It is the best way to assist, direct, and give clients who are blind or visually impaired the information or directions they need. 


The ADA BREAK ROOM braille Sign 1/16-inch-tall. In addition to being scratch- and vandal-proof, acrylic has the property of transparency. According to Californian law, ADA signs must have matte Braille balls at the bottom that are the right size, evenly spaced, and in the proper location. Braille Grade 2 is represented in print by a dot and a third space. For maximum legibility, they are usually written in large, plain serif or sans serif fonts. 

ADA Break Room Braille Sign is Scratch Proof 

The Staff Breakroom ADA Braille Sign is made of vandal- and scratch-proof materials. Braille-written signage guarantees that it will endure for many years while maintaining its intended appearance and functionality. They are also resistant to chemicals without suffering any damage. They can be easily affixed to any flat surface, like a door, wall, or window, and are typically 6 inches by 9 inches in size. 

Both the black and white and the grey and white signs are equally effective because the text is visible 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 Staff Breakroom ADA Braille Sign, today! 

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