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Property Rules Enforced No Alcohol Cell Phones Drugs Sign

NHE-15247
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NHE-15247
CS556424
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PROPERTY RULES ENFORCED NO ALCOHOL NO CELL PHONES NO DRUGS NO SMOKING NO WEAPONS
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White Property Rules Enforced No Alcohol Cell Phones Drugs Sign with Symbol on Aluminum, Plastic or Label

This easy-to-read Phone Rules sign with bold text and graphic symbol makes your Cell Phones message clear to employees and visitors. This US-made sign ships fast from our manufacturing facility.

  • Made-to-order sign is UV, chemical, abrasion and moisture resistant for use in a variety of environments.
  • Substrate choices:
  • - Rigid AL-Plus 3-mm aluminum composite
    - Semi-rigid 1mm PVC plastic
    - Flexible vinyl label stock with permanent adhesive
    (Select material and size above)

  • Aluminum and plastic signs have mounting holes in each corner for easy installation.
  • Labels have self-adhesive backing - just peel and stick.
  • All are printed with UV-stable ink and are suitable for indoor or outdoor use at service temperatures from -40 to +180 F.

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Our NEW AL-Plus Aluminum is a rigid and durable aluminum composite comprised of two sheets of aluminum laminated to a thermoplastic core. It is thicker and stiffer than our standard aluminum, and durable for 10 years outdoors. We are substituting this upgraded material (at no additional cost) because the supply of traditional aluminum has become unreliable. Switching to AL-Plus helps avoid delays producing your signs. We are confident you will be pleased with AL-Plus aluminum signs.

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