Yellow ESD Warning Signs – A simple yet effective way of reminding everyone of the problems and related procedures required to help eliminate ESD.
Help workers stay informed of the static grounding policies at your facility with yellow ESD Warning Signs. These signs are designed for the attention of entering an ESD Protected Area. An essential sign for chemical storage and electrical areas. Warning signs are available in rigid or flexible material with self-adhesive backing. The signs are printed in yellow and black as standard and feature the ESD cautionary symbol. These signs do not have any ESD properties and are therefore to be used outside of the EPA (EPA’s entrance door, for example).
TEXT READS: ‘ATTENTION. ESD PROTECTED AREA. OBSERVE PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE SENSITIVE DEVICES.’
Defining an Electrostatic Protected Area
ESD warning signs are a must-have in facilities that have chemical storage and electrical areas that need to be static-free. By implementing ESD safety signs in these zones, they can help workers stay informed of the static grounding policies of your facility. Using ESD warning signs will ensure that these areas of your building will remain safe as well as alert workers and visitors to follow procedures and use proper static control equipment for safety reasons.
- Help workers stay informed of the static grounding policies at your facility.
- Yellow background and black text as standard.
- Available in rigid or flexible material with self-adhesive backing.
- Features ESD cautionary symbol.
- Multi-language and other colours available on request.
- RoHS and REACH compliant.
Size and Material:
S315 – Rigid, PVC plastic board – Size 150 x 300mm.
S315F – Flexible, PVC self-adhesive plastic – Size 150 x 300mm.
S315DB – Double sided, rigid, PVC plastic board – Size 150 x 300mm.
S630 – Rigid, PVC plastic board – Size 300 x 600mm.
Please note: These signs are not supplied with hanging holes. Multi-language and additional colour options are available on request.
For more information, please contact the Bondline team on 01793 511000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.