8.5" x 11"
10 14 23
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Use this 3-part SimpleSpecs™ specification template to specify interior plastic panel signs.
What are Panel Signs
Interior plastic panel signs, also known as plastic panel signs or interior signage, made from plastic materials that are specifically designed for indoor use. These signs are used in various commercial and public spaces. Such as offices, retail stores, hospitals, schools, airports, and more.
Interior plastic panel signs offer a range of benefits, including durability, versatility, and affordability. They can be customized to fit specific design requirements. Including size, shape, color, and graphics, making them suitable for branding, wayfinding, informational, and promotional purposes.
These signs are typically made from materials like acrylic, PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride), or polycarbonate, which are lightweight yet sturdy. They can be fabricated through processes such as laser cutting, engraving, or digital printing. Allowing for intricate designs and clear, high-quality visuals.
They’re mounted on walls, doors, or freestanding structures using various methods. Including screws, adhesives, or hanging systems. They are often used for displaying company logos, directional arrows, room numbers, safety instructions, department names, or any other relevant information needed within a facility.
These signs provide an effective and visually appealing way to communicate messages, enhance brand identity, and improve navigation in interior spaces.
Signs are used for room identification and to identify occupancy loads, emergency evacuation routes, and similar uses.
Several methods are available to produce the sign graphics; the most common methods are included in this section.
Signs may be framed or unframed and can include slots to permit the use of changeable graphic cards.
Most accessibility codes require that signs be placed on the wall adjacent to doors rather than on the door itself.
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