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Pedestrian Traffic Sign

Pedestrian Traffic Sign

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Pedestrian traffic signs make oncoming motorists aware of pedestrian safety and allow you to input your own speed limit.

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  2. Reflectivity
  3. Topcoat
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Pedestrian signs make oncoming motorists aware of pedestrian safety. Best quality and selection. Fast shipping. 60 years of satisfied customers.
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Product Features - Pedestrian Traffic Sign

  • 24"h x 18"w- Pedestrian traffic slow down___mph.
  • Specify your own mph.
  • Choose from aluminum, steel, or polyethylene.
  • Option of high-intensity reflective or engineer grade reflective.
  • Can't be missed in dark conditions, and is ideal for parking lots and driveways.
  • Option of standard or duroshield topcoat.
  • 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.

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    Product Review

    Whats the difference between engineer grade and high intensity?

    This is for a private farm road.
    Asked by: jackie
    Engineer Grade Reflective makes the sign reflect light up to 500ft. of visibility, Hi Intensity reflects light up to 1000ft. of visability. Hi Intensity is used more in large areas and highways, Engineer grade is more for parking lots.
    Answered by: LeeS
    Date published: 2016-01-23

    when will this item be available to purchase? # 41184

    Asked by: jrakestraw
    Please use the following link to create and customize this slow speed limit sign: http://www.emedco.com/semi-custom-reflective-speed-limit-signs-es1005.html#dyoapp Our apologies for the confusion.
    Answered by: EmedcoMerchandiser
    Date published: 2015-04-04
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