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Photoluminescent Signs

Egress Signs, Photoluminescent Emergency Exit Signs and Escape Route Products

If you need a way out, count on INPS to provide you with the products that light your way to safety.

For nearly 17 years, INPS has been engineering and manufacturing FireflyTM photoluminescent products. 

We manufacture a wide range of photoluminescent products. Our offerings include everything from standard regulatory signage to custom glow-in-the-dark pieces.

Photoluminescent products include:

  • Egress Signs
  • Exit signs
  • Walkway strips
  • Regulatory signs
  • HPPL decals
INPS Firefly

We devote as much attention to the quality of our products as you do to client and employee safety. We choose materials of only the best construction in order to guarantee utmost durability and functionality.

“2009 International Building Code (IBC), glow in the dark systems are on their way to becoming mandatory installations in high-rise stair towers nationwide.  Specifiers outlining requirements for projects in the 22 states that have adopted IBC 2009 (as of April 1, 2011) have an immediate need for information about requirements listed in Section 1024, ‘Luminous Egress Path Markings.’”  Jerry Heid, AHC.

APTA PR-PS-S-002-98, Rev. 3
There are standards for Emergency Signage for Egress/Access of Passenger Rail Equipment, instructions, Luminescent, Markings, photoluminescent, and retroreflective signs.

There are Standards for Low-Location Exit Path Marking

Our egress products may be used in new buildings or renovated buildings or railcars.  All our wall products, signage and photoluminent products comply with APTA, FRA regulations and International Building Codes.

In July of 2005 the NYC Department of buildings introduced an amendment to Local Law 26 of the NYC Building Code. The new code requires Photoluminescent pathway markings be installed in all office buildings In Manhattan that exceed 75’ in height or are seven or more stories. The amendment included a detailed Reference Standard RS 6-1 and 6-1A.