Known as the worlds greatest aisle marking system…. indoors, we decided to test it outdoors to see how it held up. Read the results inside…
We recently decided to take our popular PermaStripe product, which is normally used as a durable aisle marking system in warehouses, outdoors! After performing various trials we can say it works superbly! We have had fantastic reviews of this product, but why? It might have something to do with the 1mm industrial-grade plastic film which is extremely tough, the highly chamfered edges to easily cope with high traffic areas and not forgetting the removable film liner allowing for fast and easy application.
What are the possible external applications for Permastripe outdoors?
It can be used to highlight areas such as emergency access points (Red/White), construction equipment (Black/Yellow) and zones where caution should be taken (Yellow). This is an excellent use of emphasizing the importance of potential key areas in your premises.
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Important things to note whilst using PermaStripe outdoors, are that the colours are of a homogeneous construction, meaning that if scratched it does not affect the colour, ensuring the colour choice does not wear away and render the product less useful. It is available in 50mmx 75mm or 100mm widths, 30m rolls for long length application. Available in a huge array of formats, rolls, shapes, numbers, letters arrows and disks! Also please note that if applying our PermaStripe outdoors it will require the use of a surface Primer. Our H3506 surface primer is available in many volumes and is easy to apply. Simply brush onto a surface and allow to dry. This will seal the surface and prevent the adhesive from being exposed to moisture, which could potentially cause a detrimental effect on the application. To order or make an enquiry, you can visit the PermaStripe website, or alternatively contact our sales team by phone, email, live chat or the contact us form on the site. We will be happy to speak with you.
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