ADA ELEVATOR JAMB PLATES
Elevator floor sign-The jamb plate sign design to inform guest and 1st responded the floor the elevator located. The owner of the building should put on each side of the jamb the 4x4 jamb plate that indicates the floor number. Our Jamb plate are from Aluminum and come with heavy duty double sided sticker at the back for easy installation. All plates include floor numbers or letters in tactile acrylic and Grade 2 Braille. Our Elevator car and jamb plates available in multiple colors, these plates include permanent adhesive with easily removed backing. Just peel and stick to your elevator control panel or door jamb.
This is Aluminum Jamb plate sign also can use as an Apartment number sign. Elevator signs - Square 4” x 4” Elevator Jamb Number sign with tactile text/graphics and grade 2 braille. Please indicate in the “special instructions” below which floor in your building is the main entry level where the closest accessible exit can be found and we will automatically includes the required star symbol on that sign.
What is the metal plate that fastens the door jamb? A stick plate is the metal piece attached to the door jamb.
This SIGN is made from aluminum and come with Double sided tape. We Provide all Braille signs, ada signs and tactical signs all United states. Our Signs are from aluminum raised letter and raised images as needed This Braille signs is NOT from plastic but aluminum.
Tactile Signs (Raised Print and Braille)-A tactile sign is any sign that can be read by touch. Braille, raised print and raised symbols or pictograms are examples of tactile elements used on signs. Doors and openings that lead to public spaces should be identified by tactile signage.
Raised Print Signs-Raised print signs are useful for people with no vision at all or for people whose remaining vision is sufficient to allow them to locate a sign but not sufficient to read it. Some people impacted by blindness, especially those born with little or no vision, may not know what print looks like and may be unable to read raised print. For this reason, all raised print signs should be accompanied by Braille lettering.
Braille Signs-Braille signage is essential for accessibility of information to individuals who exclusively use Braille. Use Braille signs consistently to identify key features in the built environment or direction signage in the building.
The most effective location for a tactile sign is on the wall on the latch side of a door or opening
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards ensure that everyone finds your building accessible. These standards extend to a variety of features in a building--including your signage. It is imperative that your signs are ADA compliant when necessary. This refers to making sure visually impaired occupants can read your sign, and the standards are very specific.
What kind of signs need to be ADA compliant?
ADA signs are often found indoors or at the entrance of a building. If a sign identifies a permanent room or space, it must adhere to the guidelines. Adherence is also required for signs indicating exits, elevators, and restrooms--as well as signs that direct occupants or inform them about the accessible features of your building. ADA parking signs are the blue signs that indicate handicapped parking spaces.
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