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Traffic and Parking Signs
Signet's range of Traffic Signs are a clear and easy way to provide basic directions to help instruct and direct traffic on worksites, factories and warehouses.
What traffic signs do you have available?
There are over 30 different types of traffic signs available which are suitable for car parks, driveways, roads and direction of general traffic. Signs available include: 8km speed limit, 10km, 10km shared zone, 15km, 20km, 25km, blind intersection, disabled parking, ‘don’t overtake’, enter only, exit only, fork lift lane, fork speed limit, ‘give way’, ‘keep left’, no parking any time, no right turn, one way arrow, oversize, pedestrians, private property, ‘slow down for children’, ‘sound horn’, speed hump, speed limit 5km, speed limit 10km, speed limit 15km, ‘stop’, truck drive vehicle, trucks crossing, visitor parking, ‘watch out pedestrians’ and ‘wrong way go back’.
What materials are your Traffic Signs made out of?
Signet's Traffic Sign range includes signs that are constructed from a variety of materials. These materials include Colourbond metal and Class 2 Reflective Aluminum. Colourbond metal is perfect for long term use in outdoor environments and Class 2 Reflective Aluminum is ideal for areas where increased visibility is required.
Where are your traffic signs used?
Our signs are designed for use in private industrial estates, warehouses and offices where traffic needs to be monitored and directed. There are a number of messages available depending on individual needs and requirements which include "Enter Only", "Visitor Parking", "Stop" and various speed limit signs.
How does the use of Traffic Signs benefit worksites?
Using Traffic Signs correctly will facilitate the orderly traffic flow throughout your worksite. This helps to increase productivity, as staff may spend less time having to instruct customers and fellow staff on where to go, and reduce the risk of accidents.