Description: The construction of the road signs of the Highway Code is governed by the Greek standard technical specifications Σ 303-74, Σ 306-74, Σ 310 and Σ 311. The materials comply with the requirements of the European standard EN 12899-1. Compliance has been certified by an accredited foreign firm in the European Union. The lifespan of the signs ranges within 7-12 years depending on the type of the reflective film that is used. The materials used for their manufacture must be of the highest quality in order to best perform the very serious purpose for which they are placed and to maximize their life-expectancy.
Technical Specifications: regarding signs that state risks, the regulators , the additional and the small informative signs, a flat AlMg2 aluminum foil is used. If flat informative signs exceed 1 m2 , they should be reinforced with additional straps to obtain the required strength. For the larger informative bridge boards, profiles of aluminum foil type 6060 are being used, which are mounted in width among them and they form the final surface of the sign. The reflectivity of the road signs is achieved by the use of reflective films. Three types of reflective films are currently used depending on their use. Type I, Type II and Type III. There is also the possibility of using anti-polluting materials to protect the road signs from vandalism. Our company manufactures road signs for all countries of the world. In many cases, especially in the islands, it is necessary to install light boards, so that during the nighttime the drivers will be safer. All kinds of light signs are manufactured in different sizes. Their case is made of aluminum profile absolutely sealed. Lighting Fluorescent lamps are 220-240V and in case of an accident there is an isolation panel and the Voltage goes from 220V to 12V.

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