Photoluminescent Anti-Slip Tape – UL-listed as Model CC-AST to UL1994 – Standard for Luminous Egress Path Marking Systems

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Glowing floor non-slip tape will assist people down steps and along the fire exit out of the building in the event of fire or blackout. Connect back rooms, warehouse aisles and production areas to the main exit path with this high performance glow in the dark floor marking tape.

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Product Description

Photoluminescent anti-slip tape suited for indoor applications.

  • Used to mark uneven floor levels, single steps or a flight of stairs.
  • “Orange Peel” like traction surface
  • Simple and easy peel-&-stick installation.

Anti-skid Tape Rolls

This tape has a structured, patterned vinyl surface. It is best suited for smooth, straight floor surfaces. Do NOT curve or round this tape. Self-adhesive. Permalight®anti-slip floor tape, intended for indoor applications, may be used to mark uneven floor levels, single steps or a flight of stairs. This tape is UL-listed as Model CC-AST to UL1994 – Standard for Luminous Egress Path Marking Systems and successfully passed the requirements of UL410 – Standard for Slip Resistance of Floor Surface Materials. The 2 inch width complies with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) requirements: California Building Code “Striping for the Visually Impaired”, requiring the upper approach and the lower tread of each flight of interior stairs to be marked by a slip resistant strip of clearly contrasting color with at least 2 inches width.

Part Numbers: 83-0780, 83-0780L, 83-1780, 83-1780L

* Adhesive products used on wood or coated surfaces may damage the finish.

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Product Specifications

Weight N/A
Color

Glow

Width

1 in, 2 in

Length

52 ft, 79 ft, 82 ft

Glow

150/22

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