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Safe Sign products in fire training mock-up
The well-known trade magazine "The Naval Architect"
presents the following information in their October-number 2000:
Metal Safe Sign products in fire
"Two Scandinavian insurance companies, Storebrand and Scandia, has joined forces to
build a full-scale cruise liner/ferry mock-up, also one of the new Oslo Fjord road tunnel,
to practice real-life fire and rescue drills, and to hold courses for ship crews and other
key personnel. The ship mock-up is understood to be almost complete. A feature of this
will be the employment of newly developed photoluminescent products, which use a
revolutionary pigment for much improved illumination. These were pioneered by the
Norwegian specialist in this field, Metal Safe Sign, and were first featured in "The
Naval Architect" May 1997, page 14. The special paint has been developed in
association with Jotun Coatings. Floor low-location lighting and low-mounted profiles on
bulkheads will be included in the mock-up ship. Today, another Norwegian company, Technor,
based in Bergen and Stavanger, is also marketing Metal Safe Sign products under the name
Please feel free to visit The Naval Architect at the following url: http://www.rina.org.uk/showarticle.pl?id=5958
Third generation photo luminescent paint now available. Ideal for crew quarters, engine rooms, industries, tunnels and other enclosed areas!
Ceramic tiles for use in floors, walls and ceilings where the use of paint, low location strips or other solutions are not feasable.
Photos of directional signs before mounting
Brannfarlig isolasjon i bytunnel (Norwegian only).