NITEGLOW Emergency Egress System


Wooster Items’ NITEGLOW® Emergency Egress System includes top quality photoluminescent (glow at night) items to illuminate stair treads, handrails, doorway handles and doorway frames, and obstructions, in order that occupants may evacuate in a darkened environment safely.

NITEGLOW two-stage anti-slip stair nosing satisfies NYC Local Law 26, 2015 IBC, and 2015 IFC program code compliance. Photoluminescent abrasive offers a increased coefficient of friction (and much more secure footing) than aggressive products offering a photoluminescent strip without abrasive (that is the norm). The NITEGLOW emergency egress system would work for either new retrofit or construction code compliance upgrades.

Temperature treated corrosion proof aluminum substrate and a almost diamond-tough aluminum oxide filler assures lengthy tread life under large pedestrian traffic. Bright, enduring photoluminescent epoxy filler free from dangerous and radioactive substances lengthy, extends through the entire filler uniformly. A high articles of aluminum oxide abrasive provides traction and lengthy service lifestyle and is replaceable. NITEGLOW could be cleaned with common industrial cleaners such as for example Simple Fantastik and Eco-friendly. Clean architectural outlines ensure aesthetic charm.

Obtainable in lengths to purchase, to no more than 8′, NITEGLOW two-stage protection nosing carries a replaceable anti-slip abrasive-filled top put in, and a mill complete extruded aluminum foundation, with sure-keep anchor. Optional wood insert keeps aluminum bottom clean during preliminary construction. Protective tape can be acquired also.

Anti-slip filler includes around 60% virgin grain aluminum oxide abrasive that is obtainable in contrasting colors. Photoluminescent epoxy binder is really a fully cured resilient epoxy with a filler ratio of 16% minimum for improved cleanability.

Photoluminescent technology can be acquired with other Wooster Items offerings also, including Flex-Tred® anti-slip tape items, for make use of on handrails, door frames and handles, and around obstructions to adhere to the code.

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