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Reflective Parking Lot Signs - Stop Check With Guard

Reflective Parking Lot Signs - Stop Check With Guard

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Display your parking policies using tough reflective signs.
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Display your parking policies using tough Reflective Parking Lot Signs from Emedco. Avail of polyethylene, aluminum, or steel signs today! We ship fast!
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Product Features - Reflective Parking Lot Signs - Stop Check With Guard

  • Reminds visitors to check with guard first before entering your plant facility.
  • Available in one size: 24"h x 24"w.
  • Three material options: Aluminum, Steel, and Polyethylene.
  • Pick the right reflectivity for your parking lot signs: Non-Reflective, Engineer-Grade, and High-Intensity reflective.
  • Suitable for use in low-light parking areas and driveways.
  • For superior protection against fading, graffiti, and chemicals, upgrade your reflective signs now to Duroshield Topcoat.
  • Wording reads: STOP CHECK WITH GUARD BEFORE ENTERING PLANT.
  • Sold per piece.

    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
    Color Red on White
    Header STOP
    Height 24"
    Illumination Not Illuminated
    Indoor or Outdoor Use Indoor/Outdoor Use
    Language English
    Number of Printed Sides 1
    Item Type Sign
    PSPA Photoluminescence Class Not Rated
    Serialization No Serialization
    Shape Square
    Width 24"
    Dimensions 24" H x 24" W

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      Product Review

      Does this sign have pre-drilled mounting holes?

      Asked by: JamesJ
      Yes. This sign has 2 holes centered in the middle of the sign, one on top of the other.
      Answered by: Valerie
      Date published: 2016-07-23
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