This Fire Exit Sign with Down Arrow is designed for use in the UK. It can be found in a variety of sizes and materials - check out the specifications below.
This sign features a directional arrow pointing Down , and is used to direct people to the nearest exit routes.
In the event of a fire, people need to get out quickly. If they can't find an exit sign, then it's going to take them longer to escape.
Fire safety signs are designed for easy identification in emergency situations and must be visible from anywhere within the building.
This green sign with a running man graphic clearly indicates where you should head if there is a fire or other emergency situation in your facility.
The arrow points Down on so that you know which way to go when exiting through the door nearest this sign.
Make your escape route clear
Keep your workplace safe and compliant with fire exit sign standards
Prevent accidents by having an emergency escape signage in place
This sign ensure a quick evacuation if there was ever a fire so everyone gets out safely
Guidance on Sizes
This table shows maximum viewing distances in 'good' and 'poor' light conditions. Please note that hese are a guidelines only - please refer to BS ISO 3864-1: 2011 for specific calculations. You can download a copy of the Health and Safety Executive's "Safety signs and signals" document by clicking here
|Sign Dimension (W x H)||Max. Distance - Poor Light||Max. Distance - Good Light|
|300 x 100mm||6.6M||11.8M|
|450 x 150mm||9.5M||17M|
|600 x 200mm||14.3M||25M|
Orders in mainland UK placed before 3.00pm from Monday to Friday will be delivered the following working day.
Deliveries to N.Ireland will be between 2-3 days.
The above delivery times are applicable subject to the products being in stock. If orders are placed for products which are not in stock then you will be notified by phone or email.
Delivery is normally made between 9am and 5pm. We are unable to provide customers with an exact time for delivery. While we offer a next day delivery service, it is not guaranteed.