New Brady reflective signs bring safety to dark places

  • 24 Jan 2020

Brady Corporation‘s new, highly reflective ISO 7010 safety signs greatly increase safety in dark places. The signs reflect twice as much light when lit with a torch or vehicle headlights and can be used both in- and outdoors. 

Highly visible

Brady’s reflective signs are highly visible, due to the fact they reflect light back without blinding thanks to their retroreflective prismatic sheeting.

In general, they are twice as reflective as signs with standard glassbead retroreflective sheeting, which will enable workers to better see the signs in dark and harsh weather environments when lit with a torch or vehicle headlights. 

Great for outdoor use

Reflective signs are available on aluminium boards for outdoor use. The boards feature double bended sides and do not have any sharp edges.

They are available in round, triangular and rectangular shapes to fit any ISO 7010 safety sign shape. Every board also comes with round or square poles in different lengths, with brackets or base plates for optimal outdoor installation.

All signs have a great outdoor lifespan, courtesy of Brady’s B-7639 UV blocking laminate, that protects them. 


All reflective ISO 7010 safety signs can be customised in Brady factories. They can be delivered with or without legend, in any language. Custom sizes are available up to 0.9 x 4 metres. 

Product details and all ISO 7010 signs can be found on the Brady website or by emailing [email protected] 

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