IMO Safety Signs
A-SPE IMO Signs are made of Dura-Plate – a photoluminescent multilayer material specially designed for the production of luminous signage.
The extensive range of AS01 IMO Signs is available on Dura-Plate material, which is based on a semi-rigid and self-extinguishing PVC. This multilayer structure protects the print and luminous layer against UV rays, sea water, mechanical damage and harsh marine conditions. The signs are equipped with a self-adhesive foam of excellent adhesive properties, which ensures strong bond to a wide range of surfaces, also to the uneven ones.
Our photoluminescent signage is approved by DNV with MED mark of conformity, which guarantees the highest quality standards for the marine industry. They comply with the following standards and regulations:
Made of materials with an enhanced fire resistance
High afterglow performance
from -30°C to +65°C
Excellent adhesive properties
Suitable for external use
Protective foil removable
Printed area secured
with a transparent plastic
DURAPLATE is our self-developed multilayer material specially designed for the production of luminous signage and LLL system.
It is manufactured on the basis of the rigid self-extinguishing PVC which protects the printing and luminous layer against mechanical damages and UV rays. The additional protective foil is especially useful to avoid scratches which may be caused during the transport or installation. The foil can be peeled off just before the ship commissioning.
DURAPLATE is equipped with a flame retardant, self-adhesive foam, which allows for installation on a wide range of surfaces. All components are non-toxic and non-radioactive. The material is MED-approved and classified as flame retardant according to IEC 60092-101:2001 regulation.
|Base materials||rigid PVC equipped with self-extinguishing, adhesive foam|
|Service temperature||-30°C to +65°C (-22°F to +149°F)|
|Enhanced UV protection||Yes|
|Workable life (indoor)||min. 10 years*|
|Workable life (outdoor)||3-7 years*|
* depends on the UV exposure and environmental conditions