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Workplace law with technical rules for workplaces (workplace guidelines) offer the most extensive and effective regulations for in-house emergency exits and escape routes.
ASR [workplace guideline] A3.4/3, “Safety lighting, optical safety guidance systems” requires workplaces to have a guidance system close to the floor because indicators and safety lighting mounted higher could be ineffective, for example with the formation of smoke.
The components of the emergency exit guidance system must be only 40 cm above the floor or applied directly to the floor in order to use the smoke-free layer.
The markings must continuously show the escape route to the safe area. Continuous marking can be achieved with individual symbols at intervals of 33 cm (3 per meter) (analogous to BGR 216 and DIN 67510 Part 3). These are applied to a white base coat applied in advance.
For clear marking of escape routes, we recommend applying a special 3-component epoxy casting resin as an arrow sign in industrial areas with forklift traffic. The minimum luminance required by ASR A 3.4/3 at the point of use is thus achieved at workplaces (min. 50 lux, 1st hour excitation).
The marking systems we use are manufactured with specially developed 2- and 3-component systems based on modified epoxy resins. This material is the answer for the highest demands on mechanical and chemical stress.
Very high adhesion coupled with low wear. It is particularly suitable for sealed industrial floors, bituminous surfaces and alkaline substrates such as industrial concrete.
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