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Acrylic vs. Photopolymer Signs – What’s The Difference?

Typically the type of facility a sign is to be used in determines the type of material to be selected for the sign construction. Acrylic signs work best in protected environments that have a reduced chance of the signs being defaced. Photopolymer could be used in all applications, especially where a more durable product is desired and where vandalism of the signs is a factor. Settings such as schools and public buildings are typical of facilities that require vandal resistant signs.

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The History of Braille

Park Place Sign Systems manufacture Braille signs. Read more here.

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Mounting Height and Location Matters

The success and compliance of many interior sign projects is based upon installing signage at the appropriate mounting heights and locations. To aid our sign partners in placing room identification signs in the correct locations, Park Place has designed a mounting information guide to detail sign installation for the most common interior sign locations. These guidelines are based upon ADAAG requirements and are provided for reference only. Final sign mounting heights and locations should be reviewed with your local building inspector or governing agency. If mounting situations arise that are not covered in the typical mounting locations contact Park Place for assistance.

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