All Braille Signage needs to conform to various parameters to meet compliance regulations. Some of the requirements include the size of text and figures, colour contrast, sign placement and more.
As the Braille Signage Specialists we can assist you to navigate the complexities of compliance.
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LH, RH or AMBULANT?
Working out the required braille sign can be confusing, however Braille Sign Supplies is the expert in Braille Signage and our Team will provide you with assistance to work out the correct braille sign for your project.
Our attached guide explains the difference between LH and RH transfer for accessible toilets along with a clear explanation on Ambulant toilets.
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Now that you have placed your order you may have a few questions.
Our FAQs button below is designed to answer most of the commonly asked questions. Should you not find the answer to your question in FAQs please call on 1300 302 655 or email our team at email@example.com
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We have a wide range of manufacturing methods for you to choose from when ordering Braille Signage. These include our Exclusive BrailleForm, Patented BrailleFace Methods and more!
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WHAT IS AN AIRLOCK?
Airlock Braille Signage is used to indicate where a toilet block shares an entryway via the airlock. Airlock Braille signage normally has a divider line between the symbols to indicated the various toilets located within the space. Additional signs with more information will also be required for the doors to the individual toilets ie. Male Toilets & Female Toilets etc.
For example: Access to the toilet area may have a sign indicating that there is Male, Female, Ambulant and Accessible Toilet facilities available. This sign will display the relevant symbols and text Toilets. Upon entering the facility space there will be additional toilet signage to indicated which door provides each facility. For futher examples, view the PDF below.
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
Cleaning of our Braille signage should be as per the attached cleaning guide. Harsh chemicals or abrasive substances should not be used on our signage.
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Selecting a Braille Sign for your project can create a few questions. We may have an answer to one of your questions in our FAQs section. Click the button below to find out more.
If after checking the FAQs you still have a question, please contact our Team. We will happily provide assistance.
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All Braille Sign Supplies signs come complete with a 12 month warranty.
Braille Sign Supplies will replace any defective sign that has been confirmed as being produced from faulty materials or constructed with poor workmanship for a period of up to 1 year.
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