Braille & Tactile Signs can be produced in both contrasting plastics and metals which can be tailored to your individual needs. Since October 2004 the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) requires service providers to display accessible signage providing blind and partially sighted people with information equal to that for sighted people.
Braille door signs are made to meet the ADA requirements and conform with ADA and BS 8300 standards.
We can make your wayfinding braille system either using our standard raster bead braille & tactile letters or our latest process which is UV cured raised ink.
Our new braille system is currently in HSE Primary Care, Hospitals and schools & on request we can show you more images & show you physical samples.
We have a large range of wayfinding systems to suit all tastes!