This section deals with signs commonly found on or near highways. The prismatic reflective signs are recommended for city use and pricing is available upon request. High quality, long lasting, and trouble free. Beware of the cheaper brands that fade in direct sunlight after 2 years of use. Click the pictures below for detailed descriptions and quantity discounts starting at 5 signs.
Highway Sign Information
What is engineer grade reflective aluminum highway signs? These signs will reflect at night when light hits it, the lettering and background is reflective. Signs are .080 inch thick flat aluminum with engineer grade reflective sheeting applied over the surface. Signs will never rust and normally have an average life span of 7 years. High quality materials result in longer lasting signs and superior resistance to fading. Meets ASTM D4956 type I specification.
What is high intensity prismatic reflective highway signs? These signs will reflect at night when light hits it by using encapsulated lens material which offers better reflectivity compared to standard engineer grade reflective signs. These signs are 10 times more reflective then engineer grade and are rated for longer use. High intensity traffic signs are .080 inch thick flat aluminum with high intensity reflective sheeting applied over the surface. Signs will never rust and have an average life span of 10 years. High quality materials result in longer lasting signs and superior resistance to fading. Signs meet or exceed most State and Federal D.O.T. specifications, type III prismatic reflective. These are available upon request. Send us an email for quote.
What about diamond grade signs? These are available upon request. Send us an email for quote.
Additional Information Comes with standard mounting holes centered top and bottom for easy installations. They accept 5/16" bolts and nuts and a standard length to use is 2 1/2" which may be purchased in our hardware section. Typically installed on U-channel or square posts which may be purchased in our posts section. You should always refer to your local DOT guidelines and city requirements when installing traffic control devices. Please refer to the MUTCD which gives examples of how high the highway signs should be.