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JALITE Photoluminescent Vinyl is a complex four part laminated material purpose designed for durable safety markings, signs and tapes. The afterglow, luminace decay characteristics are very closely controlled and uniform and homogenous across the whole surface. The vinyl is extremely high strength and stable. The lamination is in the bulk and is not soft and easy to delaminate as polyester tapes. The adhesive is an excellent high bond strength permanant adhesive to ensure good service for wall signs and hand rail tapes. JALITE produces products that can meet Standards and specifications. For further information and quotations please contact us at jalite.
Luminous Egress Path Marking will significantly improve the means of egress provisions in tall buildings and be of great assistance to evacuees in case of emergency or power loss. The non -electrical safety wayguidance system basis from ISO 16069 is still the technical base and root for the luminous egress path system and JALITE has been at the forfront of all these developments. JALITE products are installed in the vast majority of the tall buildings in New York City and performance over the last 6 years since installation has been second to none. Jalite is the obvious choice for building owners and facilty managers requiring to meet IBC/ICC Code 2009 Section 1024.
Fire Safety Sign Audit & Review To provide a visual inspection (up to an hour), whilst on site, of the fire safety signs within an agreed scope that can include Means of escape route identification signs Emergency door opening devices signs Mandatory fire door notices Fire action notices Fire fighting equipment location and type identification Specific hazard identification signs (limitation to be agreed with client, such as mind the step hazards on means of escape route, main electrical intake) Specific prohibition notices (limitation to be agreed with client, such as do not use the lift in event of fire) Assembly point location signs The Audit would look at the provision of fire safety signs expected to be in place for compliance with Legislation and Regulations. This would include the existing signs and making an observation as to whether additional signs would be required. In order to meet the requirements of legislation best practice advice would be given based on the relevant National and/or International Standards relating to the types of signs and their design. The Audit would be followed up with a short report which can include; Reference to the particular piece(s) of legislation needed to comply with Relevant Standard/Code of Practice recommendations are based on Without going into specifics whether or not their signs will meet current regulations. This could be split into specific types of signs Whether additional signs would be required Whether some existing signs could be removed, including internally illuminated signs to reduce on-going energy consumption Whether or not a full fire safety signs survey would be recommended
Mandatory notices help in preventing fires and in the eventuality of a fire limits the spread of fire by instructing occupants, be it in onboard ship or onshore locations, of the mandatory requirements within a fire safety policy. These notices should be displayed prominently and can be used as part of formal fire safety education and training. Mandatory action safety signs cover the whole range of personal protection equipment used to instruct workers to protect themselves appropriately in the workplace.
IMO Signs and Fire Control Plan (FCS) Signs are a requirement by all jurisdictions to meet SOLAS and Fire Protection regulations on board ship and marine structures. The JALITE Range is the most comprehensive photoluminescent product range and all ex stock. More details are available on the dedicated web sites www.jalite-marine.com www.jalitemarine.com or simply search our data base for product.
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Jalite is active in over 109 countries
In the 35 year history of JALITE, products have been developed and supplied to over 100 countries in the world and often with safety messages in the local language or with dual language, with the International Safety language English. It has been a JALITE tradition to fully comply with National and International Standards for the design of our products. Now, with JALITE presence on three continents and Authorised Distribtors world wide we can be considered local throughout the world. Interested to Distribute JALITE products in your area of safety or your district and country? Just send us a mail and contact us now with an introduction.