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One Way Traffic Arrow Sign With Wording Diagram 810
This sign serves to inform pedestrians crossing the road that the area is operating a one-way system and that traffic may approach from an unusual direction. These are often used in conjunction with “look left” or “look right” road markings.
This one-way sign is made from a durable composite backing consisting of plastic sandwiched between two sheets of aluminium. The reflective material of this sign is R2 grade (previously known as RA2) and is suitable for use on the public highway.
The sign has two rails on the rear that allow it to be post mounted with ease. To install this sign on a post two sign clips are required, which are sold separately to the face.
See page 26 of the TSRGD Guidelines Chapter 3 for information on where this should be fitted.
Superior Quality Sign Face
Superior quality prismatic reflective sign face ensure that the sign stands the test of time.
Durable Composite Base
Made from material which is an aluminium covering over plastic, it is light and ultra strong.
Designed to be Post Mounted
Each Part of the sign comes with two rails allowing the fitment of two clips per face for secure mounting.
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|Thickness||3mm composite base|
|Type||R2/RA2 reflective material on composite backing|
|Customisation||Alternative sizing available.|
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