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Ecoglo products are designed with maximum brightness and durability so that performance solutions can be engineered to meet emergency visibility requirements in any performance based building code.

 

The proprietary manufacturing process produces products that are able to withstand continuous foot traffic and weathering to remain fail-safe, indoors or outdoors.

 

Product solutions are also provided for NFPA 101 Life Safety Code and IFC specifications for photoluminescent exit path markings.

 

This world leading technology has been used in facilities as varied as Dubai's 160 floor "Burj Khalifa", the "Melbourne Cricket Ground", New York’s "Time Warner Center" and London's "Bond Street Underground Station".

Ecoglo Emergency Signs and Escape Route Products are designed to meet most international building codes.

IFC SOLUTIONS

Ecoglo designs and manufactures
products to meet 2015 International Fire Code (IFC) Section 1025 Luminous Egress Path Markings.

 

 

 

 

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BROCHURE

Highlights all Ecoglo products which meet IFC Section 1025.

 

 

COMPLIANCE GUIDE

Details where Ecoglo egress path marking systems are required, which Ecoglo markings should be used and where they should be installed.

 

IFC SOLUTIONS CATALOGUE

Includes Compliance Guide, Product Data Sheets, and Safety Data Sheets

NFPA SOLUTIONS

Ecoglo designs and manufactures
products to meet 2015 NFPA 101 Life Safety Code 7.2.2.5.5 Exit Stair Path Markings.

 

 

 

 

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BROCHURE
Highlights all Ecoglo products which meet NFPA 101 Life Safety Code 7.2.2.5.5.

 

COMPLIANCE GUIDE
Details where Ecoglo exit stair path marking systems are required, which Ecoglo markings should be used and where they should be installed.

 

NFPA SOLUTIONS CATALOGUE
Includes Compliance Guide, Product Data Sheets, and Safety Data Sheets.

PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS

Ecoglo Emergency Signs and Escape Route Products are independently tested in accordance with either UL 924 or UL 1994 to meet the performance requirements of most international performance based building codes.

 

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PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS CATALOGUE
Includes Product Data Sheets and Safety Data Sheets.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Installation Instructions Booklet
Ecoglo's recommended installation methods.

Exit Signs

Exit signs based on UL 924 specifications can be customised to meet any regional graphics requirements.

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Running Man

Running Man Right

Running Man Left

Exit

Dispose of batteries forever with Ecoglo’s revolutionary hybrid LED/Photoluminescent technology – the ultimate solution in emergency exit signage.

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Hybrid Exit Sign

 

CONTACT

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ABOUT

Established in 1997, Ecoglo designs and manufactures photoluminescent exit signs and emergency lighting products to meet building codes worldwide, including NFPA 101 Life Safety Code Solutions and IFC Solutions.

 

By harvesting sunlight or recycling the existing light in a building, Ecoglo products provide sustainable and cost effective building solutions. The solutions are fail-safe, operate immediately and do not require ongoing maintenance.

 

Research and development has focused on refining Ecoglo’s patented manufacturing process to create products that have superior durability, rapid charging and predictable visibility.

 

There are many ways to become more environmentally friendly and one of these is to endeavour, wherever possible, to use new technology products that are more sustainable. As well as reducing electricity usage, Ecoglo products incorporate recycled aluminium, are non-toxic and non-radioactive. Being very durable they will last the life of the facility and can then be readily recycled.

 

Ecoglo products can be seen in many international facilities as building codes around the world recognise the contribution that such products make, not only to effective and economical emergency lighting systems, but also to the environment. Countries that have already adopted this technology into their respective building codes include the USA, Canada, Australia, Japan and New Zealand.