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Photo-luminescent Signs Keep Safety Visible

William Frick & Company has introduced its Photoluminescent Sign, which glows in the dark, so that workers can avoid injuries as they find their way to safety if the lights go out.

[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"27858","attributes":{"class":"media-image","id":"1","style":"float: right; margin: 20px; border: 1px solid black;","typeof":"foaf:Image"}}]]William Frick & Company (Libertyville, Ill.) has introduced its Photoluminescent Sign, which glows in the dark, so that workers can avoid injuries as they find their way to safety if the lights go out. According to the company, the signs are easily adhered around doorways, along stairwells or anywhere extra caution should be taken when the facility's lighting isn't functioning properly. In addition, the construction was designed for high-humidity and exposure to elements, making it ideal for the heaviest of industries, and it does not use any radioactive materials β€” a claim some glow-in-the-dark products can't make. Once charged by incandescent, fluorescent or natural light, the signs can glow for up to 24 hours.

To learn more, visit www.fricknet.com.

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