Custom Braille signs combine an ultra-resistant first surface polycarbonate membrane with a unique multi-layer system. Thus encapsulated Braille and tactile signs provide versatile, sealed units, that are superior Braille signs solutions for all users and facilities. Particularly high-traffic areas where Braille signs often have a tough time with durability.
Features of Encapsulated Custom Braille Accessibility Signs
Texts and graphics on accessibility signage are sub-surface, which means that it is impossible to pick off or remove any Braille or tactile lettering and images. Encapsulated custom Braille Signs are easily cleaned and comply with all health regulations, making them the perfect solution for high traffic areas such as schools, hospitals, and public bathrooms. Encapsulated Braille Signs are safe and have a ‘Gold Standard.’ Encapsulated custom Braille Signs are versatile and can accommodate almost any graphic imaginable, resulting in not only a functional accessibility sign, but also an aesthetically pleasing one too.
Encapsulated Custom Braille Signage Technical Specifications
We use the highest quality material in the design of our accessibility and architectural signs. All accessibility signs are produced using high quality poly carbonate or polyvinyl as the 1st surface. This surface is then combined with multi-layer system, a technique unique to Encapsulated Braille Signs. This results in versatile accessibility signs that are sealed and can be used for many purposes in a number of public facilities. Encapsulated custom Braille Signs signs meet all the necessary requirements and specifications for;
Every graphic, image or piece of text is sub-surface, which means you cannot pick off, scratch, or tamper with the sign’s graphics and text. The accessibility sign’s surface is finished in matte and has a non-glare material. Encapsulated custom Braille Signs are safe. All raised images and letters have soft edges, reducing the risk of hurt fingertips. Cleaning is easy and dirt and bacteria can be easily wiped away using isopropyl alcohol or any citrus-based cleaning product. Accessibility signs are re safe with NFPA 255 surface burning characteristics. Signs have a flame spread index of 15 and a smoke developed index of 110.