Photoluminescent Pathmarking Signs
Provide building occupants with directions to exit the building during emergency blackouts and evacuation situations. These photoluminescent materials absorb and reemit light so that they are visible in total darkness.
Photoluminescent pathmarking is in compliance with the following National and International Standards:
- CNIB Clearing Our Path Guide
- International Fire Code Compliance Guide
- CSA B651-12 – Accessible Design for the Built Environment
- ISO 23599:2019 Assistive Products for Blind and Vision Impaired Persons – Tactile Walking Surface Indicators
The video below shows a 60-minute test of Kinesik's Ecoglo photoluminescent material compared to electrical emergency lighting: