Fire Exit Signs

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Ironmongery Experts have a wide range of Fire Exit Signs, to provide clear indication as to where people can exit buildings during an emergency. Many of our products adopt the universally recognisable running man symbol for simple clarification, as well as designs that clearly state “Fire Exit” to provide further transparency.  


We also have a Push Bar to Open Plastic Sign, to indicate the method in which certain fire doors should be operated, and a Reversible Fire Action/Staff Instruction Sign, to ensure work place employees have been made aware of essential safety information such as emergency contact numbers and assembly meetup points.


Many public buildings are required to have the correct warning signs in place, in order to adhere to specific health and safety regulations. We have a wide range of high-quality warning signs made from stainless-steel, aluminium and rigid plastics.


Within our selection, we have; Fire Door Keep Closed, Fire Door Keep Locked Shut, Fire Door Keep Clear, Automatic Fire Door Keep Clear, Fire Door Keep Locked and Fire Door Keep Shut.


Push & Pull signs are also in sure supply, to ensure people are operating doorways correctly. We have both circular and rectangle designs made from steel, brass and self-adhesive.


Commercial establishments such as hotels and restaurants will also require appropriate Toilet Symbols to be in place, to ensure people have clear indication as to which facility is appropriate for use. We have designs that use either symbols or clear wording, which have been manufactured with either brass, stainless steel or self-adhesive. Within our range we have signs for; male, female, disabled and baby changing rooms.


Finally, we have a Private Self Adhesive Sign on our Miscellaneous Signage page. This product is the perfect way to ensure certain areas within buildings retain privacy. The design is 36mm high and 150mm wide and has been made with a satin anodised aluminium finish.

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