18" Fire Lane Stencil

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18" Fire Lane Stencil

The 18" FIRE LANE stencil is a handy and versatile stencil that is frequently used by professionals in the industry. This is a must-have addition to any professional striper’s collection as it offers usefulness in many situations. This stencil is typically painted in a parking lot or any roadway with a Federally designated fire lane. The letters are bold and contrasting to give easy visibility to oncoming traffic that a fire lane is close. It can be paired with other industry standard signs such as “ONLY" and “EXIT" for added clarity. This stencil is made in the USA and offers a warranty that guarantees the product to be free of all impediments and defects.

The measurements and specifications of this stencil comply with industry standards and are designed for use in publicly accessible roadways and lanes. The stencil reaches a width of 110" and a height of 18" when painted. The material itself measures 116" wide by 24" high, giving plenty of room on all sides to allow for overspray. The stencil is printed on a single sheet for ease of application, cleanup, and transportability.

There are four material grade options available for the make of your stencil. The .080 ALU is a rigid aluminum that lasts forever. This is the best choice for industrial sized or heavy-duty projects, as it can be reused indefinitely and can also withstand thermoplastic extruding. The next thickest option is the ?" PRO-Grade LDPE, which is an industry standard used by most professionals. This versatile material can last for up to a decade and withstand thousands of uses. The 1/16" LDPE is the counterpart to the PRO-Grade, but with half the thickness. This is good for light-duty projects. The thinnest material available is the .030" HIPS, a standard PVC that provides ultra flexibility while laying flat out of the box for a custom or one-time job.

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