• Signs required in accordance with the Building Code of Australia
• Includes signage related to fire doors, service doors, other emergency services and amenities
• Statutory signage to match your decor or budget while meeting compliance guidelines
• Acrylic, anodised aluminium, stainless steel
• Vinyl computer cut lettering, printed, engraved and paint filled applied to doors
Statutory Signage refers to signs that are required in accordance with the Building Code of Australia. This includes all signage related to fire doors and service doors, other emergency services and amenities within a particular development.
Sunscreen can manufacture this signage to match your decor or your budget while achieving the relevant compliance requirements, offering a number of different substrates including: acrylic, anodised aluminium and stainless steel and varying methods such as: vinyl computer cut lettering, printed and engraved & paint filled applied to door.
Safety decals need to be applied to clear glazing to gain compliance and reduce the risk of injury. This is typically consists of a 75mm high continuous band of film with a 30% contrast to floor colour.
AS1288 has a section entitled ‘Making Glass Visible (Manifestation)’. The purpose of this requirement is to help people avoid walking into the glass because they can’t see it. This is common on glass doors, glass walls and the like. An opaque window film may be installed as a strip across the glass and this can also be computer cut with logos or decorations. Clause 5.19 covers what is permissible in detail. A word of caution, buildings where the BCA requires access for people with disabilities have different requirements for manifestation and these are detailed in AS1428.1.