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No Parking - Fire Lane - Violators Subject To Fine Sign

No Parking - Fire Lane - Violators Subject To Fine Sign

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No parking fire lane signs prohibit parking in fire lanes and enforce parking lot safety.
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  2. Reflective Material
  3. Laminated
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Prevent parking on critical fire lanes all the time. Post Fire Lane Signs in your facility! Order no parking signs and more from Emedco TODAY!
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Product Features - No Parking - Fire Lane - Violators Subject To Fine Sign

  • Sign reads "NO PARKING FIRE LANE VIOLATORS SUBJECT TO FINE".
  • Sign measures 18"h x 12"w.
  • Choose from aluminum, steel or polyethylene.
  • Option of high-intensity reflective, engineer grade reflective or non-reflective.
  • Duroshield topcoat available.
  • Duroshield topcoat has a lifetime guarantee- the best defense against fading, graffiti and chemicals.

Call us at 1-877-775-5939 to learn about this product.
Free material samples of this product may be available.

Specifications

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Adhesive Type Non-Adhesive
Arrow Direction No Arrow
Color Red on White
Header No Header
Illumination Not Illuminated
Indoor or Outdoor Use Indoor/Outdoor Use
Language English
Mounting Type Mounting Holes
Number of Printed Sides 1
Reverse Header No Reverse Header
Reverse Legend No Reverse Text
Serialization No Serialization
Shape Rectangle
Application No Parking Sign
Text Legend NO PARKING FIRE LANE VIOLATORS SUBJECT TO FINE
Width 12"
Dimensions 18" H x 12" W

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    What is difference between engineer grade reflective and high intensity reflective

    Asked by: Albert
    Engineer grade reflective signs can be viewed up to 500 feet away. High-Intensity grade reflective signs can be viewed up to 1000 feet away.
    Answered by: Valerie
    Date published: 2016-08-06
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