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November 21, 2011

MENU FOCUS: Fire Extinguisher / Equipment Signs

You'll find a link to the Fire Extinguisher / Equipment page inside the Fire / Emergency tab at ComplianceSigns.com. If you need actual fire-fighting equipment, you'll have to look elsewhere, but if you want signs and labels to identify fire equipment such as fire extinguishers, hoses, hydrants, sprinklers and more, you'll find just what you need. The page has two sections: Fire Extinguishers (above) and Fire Equipment (below):


fire extinguisher signsFire Extinguisher pages are filled with high quality signs to help you identify the location of fire extinguishers. Choices include directional arrows, extinguisher and hose, Do Not Block notices, charged / discharged storage, English + Spanish text and more. There's also a page of attractive 2-color engraved plastic and ADA tactile + Braille signs in more than 20 color combinations to suit your style.

The Fire Equipment section is the place to go to identify key fire safety equipment, including sprinkler connections, control panels, FDC, fire hoses, fire hydrants, fire blankets and other equipment used in fire emergencies.

Fire equipment signsSign options include standard and glow-in-the-dark finishes printed on aluminum, plastic, label and magnetic materials. Each section offers signs in four mounting styles:
  • Surface Mount signs have mounting holes at each corner to mount to any flat surface.
  • 2D Projection signs are easy to read from both sides and use a flange mount to project from the wall.
  • Ceiling Mount Projection signs have a double flange design that easily mounts between track and tiles in drop / suspended ceilings for easy viewing from either side.
  • 3D Triangle Projection signs stand out from the wall for easy viewing from any angle.
Whatever type of fire extinguisher or fire equipment sign you need, you're sure to find lots of options in the Fire / Emergency tab at ComplianceSigns.com.

1 comment:

  1. I was in charge of fire safety at my previous job, and working out all the compliance to regulations in regards to our large building was incredibly hard, especially tactically positioning the fire blankets , thanks for helping me along the way, keep up the good work!

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