Your Guide to Choosing the Correct Safety Sign Material.

Author: Brendan   Date Posted:18 January 2021 

If you are still sitting on the fence, trying to decide on the best Safety Sign Materials, this guide is for you

Your Guide to Choosing the Correct Safety Sign Material.

Not sure which material to choose for your next Safety Sign order? Check out the below graph to see how each different material compares to help you make the best decision.

METAL SAFETY SIGNS - COLORBOND

A strong, 0.6mm thick rigid substrate, manufactured from Bluescope Colorbond™ Steel.

All Industroquip Metal Safety Signs come with radius corners and a hole in each corner for cable ties or screw fixing.

Metal Safety Signs are the best option in windy conditions and outdoor conditions with an average outdoor lifespan of 5-8 years.

Commonly used in traffic & parking situations, workshops, mine sites and outdoor areas.

POLYPROPYLENE SAFETY SIGNS - POLY

1.4mm thick semi rigid substrate with rounded corners and holes in each corner.

100% Australian Made Material, manufactured from 50% recycled material, this UV stabilised material is one of our most common safety sign materials.

Suitable for indoor and outdoor situations, resists fading & cracking with an average outdoor lifespan of 3-5 years.

Commonly used on Construction Sites, Warehousing, and Industrial Facilities.

CORFLUTE SAFETY SIGNS

Manufactured from 3mm corrugated plastic, lightweight, low cost and durable.

Ideal for short term outdoor situations like demolition and construction sites or events.

SELF ADHESIVE VINYL

Flexible, durable self-adhesive vinyl material which can virtually adhere to any clean, dry surface.

Suitable for indoor and outdoor applications. Highly resistant to fading, shrinking and chemicals.

Commonly used in offices, warehouses, on containers, pipes, and tanks.

Industroquip Safety Signs can also be custom made in Alu-Panel, Aluminium, Magnetic and virtually any other material to suit your exact requirements.

Contact our Safety Sign Specialists on 1300 554 192 to discuss further.


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