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INTRODUCTIONS

Our products can save lives in critical emergencies such as fire, blackout or earthquakes around the globe. With more than 30 years of experience, we are one of the leading manufacturers of complete Egress Path Systems.

Develops a complete Egress Path Systems that contributes to safer evacuations in critical situations like fire, blackout or earthquake which must be applied in mega construction projects as airports, tunnels, high rise buildings, hotels, malls, industrial facilities and many more. Manufactures high end quality products, DIN standards, environmental friendly, self illuminating without any power source to deliver outstanding products for a safer environment.

Produces all safety & guidance signs based on the international standards, using a variety of materials, different luminance quality and a wide range of decay time, preserving the option for custom made production to meet the market requirement.
Provides the support needed in planning and implementing the systems through a highly qualified team to secure the execution of the project according to the laws and regulations in different countries.

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Safety signs remain visible for an extended period of time, during a blackout, heavy smoke, and fire. The decay time is determined by the quantity and quality of the pigments used , the type of ambient light and the charging light. While colors cannot be properly displayed in the dark, the geometric figures and the graphic of Forever  signs are obvious and very clear, which make them more reliable and safer compared to traditional signs.

Legislation and National Standards

The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996

European Directive 92/58/CEE of 24th June – Council Directive on the Minimum Requirements for the Provision of Safety and/or Health Signs at Work

European Directive 2004/54/CE of 29th April – Defining the minimum safety requirements for tunnels in the Trans-European Road Network.

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005

The Building (Amendment) Regulations 2011

The Building Regulations

The Building (Amendment) Regulations 2012

The Building (Repeal of Provisions of Local Acts) Regulations 2012

The Building (Amendment) Regulations 2013

BS EN ISO 7010: 2012

Graphical symbols – Safety colours and safety signs – Registered safety signs (supersedes BS 5499 – 5: 2002 – Signs with specific safety meanings)

BS ISO 3864 – 3: 2012

Graphical symbols – Safety colours and safety signs – Part 3: Design principles for Graphical symbols for use in safety signs (supersedes BS 5499 – 6: 2002 – Creation and Design of graphical symbols for use in safety signs-requirement.

BS ISO 3864 – 1: 2011

Graphical symbols – Safety colours and safety signs – Part 1: Design principles for safety Signs and safety markings (supersedes BS 5499 – 1: 2002 – Specification for geometric Shapes, colours and layout).

BS ISO 3864 – 4: 2011

Graphical symbols – Safety colours and safety signs – Part 4: Colorimetric and photometric Properties of safety sign materials

BS ISO 23601: 2009

Safety Identification – Escape and evacuation plan signs

BS ISO 20712 – 1: 2008

BS ISO 17398: 2004

Water safety signs and beach safety flags. Specifications for water safety signs used in Workplaces and public areas. (that replaces BS 5499 – 11: 2002 – Water safety signs)

BS 5499 – 10: 2006

Safety signs code of practice for the use of safety signs including fire safety signs

Safety colours and safety signs classification – performance and durability of safety signs

BS ISO 16069: 2004

Graphical symbols safety signs Safety Way Guidance Systems (SWGS)

BS 8502: 2003

Graphical symbols and signs creation and design of public information symbols. Requirements.

BS 5499 – 4: 2013

Code of practice for escape route signing.

BS 5266 – 6: 1999

Emergency lighting. Code of practice for non-electrical low mounted way guidance Systems for emergency use. Photoluminescent systems.

ISO 3864 – 2: 2004/Amd 1:2011 :

Graphical symbols – Safety colours and safety signs – Part 2: Design principles for product Safety labels

DIN 67 510 – 1: 2009:

Photoluminescent pigments and products – Part 1: Measurement and marking at the Producer.

DIN 67 510 – 2: 2002:

Photoluminescent pigments and products – Part 2: Measurement of phosphorescent Products on site.

DIN 67 510 – 3: 2011:

Photoluminescent pigments and products – Part 3: Low Location Lighting System.

DIN 67 510 – 4: 2008:

Photoluminescent pigments and products – Part 4: Products for phosphorescent escape Route systems – Markings and applications

Printing: Serigraphy, high quality gloss paint with UV resistance and a – 5 – year guarantee. Surface: Antistatic and easy to clean.
Fire Resistance: Class M1.
Chemical Characteristics: Non-radioactive, non-phosphorous, lead-free and non-toxic.

1- Self Adhesive Film

2- Rigid PVC Plate

3- Acrylic glass

4- Aluminum

5- Stainless Steel

6- Polycarbonate

7- Epoxy and Polyurethane

Egress and fire safety signs:

1. New self lighting tube

2. Emergency signs

3. Fire signs

Prohibition:

4. Prohibitory signs

Safety guidance system:

5. Handrel guidance
6. Guidance lines for walls 7 Stair markings
8. Floor markings
9. Door markings

Product Catalog

Contact Info

Headquarter
USA,Delaware 19808, Wilmington,
Old Capital Trail 3422, Suit 773

Phone: +1302-442-7394

Mobile: 00966534040626

Web: www.sibaygroup.com