New DURABLE range of removable markings out now

Keep a safe distance, observe hygiene rules: DURABLE releases new range of removable safety marking. Removable products for temporary use. 

Hairdressers, gyms, offices, restaurants, schools - currently all businesses have to meet distance and hygiene requirements.

In response DURABLE has expanded its existing range to include removable labelling solutions that are suitable for temporary use, because when the markings are no longer needed, or need to be moved to another location, they can be without leaving any residue.

They can be used on textile materials, for example on chairs, as well as on smooth surfaces such as tables and floors.

DURABLE's new range includes tapes, warning signs and shapes such as feet, arrows and crosses.

Signs

DURABLE's round warning signs are clearly visible even from a distance. With a diameter of 430 mm they are larger than A3. The symbols are universally recognisable and provide clear instruction to use a mask, wear gloves or disinfect hands.

The easiest way to keep people moving around a space is to use arrows and footprints stuck directly on the floor. Tapes can also be used to maintain minimum distances, for example in front of cash registers and counters. Using a red X on a chair clearly advises people not to take a seat there.

 

Company Details

DURABLE UK LTD

10 Nimrod Way
Wimborne
BH21 7SH
UNITED KINGDOM

01202 897071

www.durable-uk.com

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