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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Own a Business? Then You Need Tactile Signs

Tactile signs are a common means of communication used by people who have both sight and hearing impairment. Some methods of tactile signing are Hand-Over-Hand, Tracking, Tracing, Co-active signing, Braille signing etc. These are based on standard systems of Deaf Manual Signs. These signs are ideal for schools, colleges, offices, hospitals and public places that get a lot of human traffic. manufactures high quality signs that are durable as well as affordable. Tactile Touch Signs available at the store are compliant with all of the relevant ADA regulations, and will make a facility more accessible to hearing and sight impaired people. This store provides a huge selection of tactile signs like Braille Signs, Accessibility Signs, Fire Exit Signs, Elevator Signs, Mounting Bases, and many more. The online store also offers 185 stock products for Tactile Signs.

The Tactile Touch Braille Door signs include various Braille Signs and Accessibility Signs. All Braille signs are available in 16 different colors and use Grade 2 Braille that complies with California Braille specifications. This standard is also valid nationwide. The online store offers unparalleled and sturdy Braille designs like Spanish Braille Signs, Glow Braille Signs, In Case of Fire Signs, Custom Braille Signs, etc.

All the office door signs are manufactured from top quality materials and are highly resistant to almost any climatic condition. They provide easy customization of engraved, ADA door signs. The shipment of orders over $50 is free throughout the United States.

For more information on door signs, please visit

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