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Quick — think of a sign. Chances are what came to mind first was a metal traffic sign, like a stop sign, speed limit or detour warning. But plastic signs do just as much work as aluminum signs, particularly in offices, hospitals and factories where safety regulations that concern signage are in effect. Door signs are usually made of plastic, telling passersby whether they’re walking in a supply closet, restroom or the CEO’s office. Plastic signs are economical, sturdy and versatile. They’re easy to put up and take down, which makes them perfect for giving directions or identifying building features.
Besides being durable and economical, plastic signs can take on unique shape; for instance, they can be molded into 3D projecting signs. Unlike traditional flat signs, projecting signs protrude from the place of installation. Since they’re particularly eye-catching, projecting signs are often used to indicate safety features.
In these pages, you'll learn about the wide range of plastic signs available to you, for purposes from wayfinding to nameplates to warning signs and compliance applications.
In these pages, you'll learn about the wide range of plastic signs available. Plastic signs are used widely for wayfinding in large office building, warning in warehouses and factories, and labeling nearly everywhere else.