Exit Signs

OSHA standards direct facilities to clearly mark all doors along exit routes. Stay compliant with this rule by posting a “not an exit” sign on doors that don’t lead workers to safety. Seton also offers bilingual signs, custom exit signs, and photoluminescent signs that glow in total darkness.

With over 130 options to choose from, Seton is your source for exit signs. Choose among illuminated exit signs, LED exit signs, or 2-or 3-way viewing fire safety signs. Many of the exit signs Seton offers are UL listed or meet National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards.

Stay OSHA compliant by clearly marking exit doors around your facility

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Exit signs are required to be posted on all exit doors to help guide workers out of the building in the event of an emergency. Stay compliant by purchasing exit signs from Seton.

Exit Signs can be hung from ceilings, placed on walls, in stairwells, above doorways, etc. Choose from Economy Low Profile LED Exit Signs, Exit Photoluminescent Signs, Glow-In-The-Dark Polished Green Exit Signs, In Case Of Fire Signs, and many more.

Glow-in-the-dark exit signs

A glow-in-the-dark exit sign can be easily seen in the darkness. These signs offer both photoluminescence and high-intensity reflectance for flashlight viewing. They are designed to be durable and versatile for either office or factory use.

LED exit signs

LED exit signs contain two 5.4 watt 6V lamps and 3.6 watt down light, which are guaranteed to stay illuminated for at least 90 minutes after the power goes out. These signs come with a battery back-up, LVD, brown out protection, AC indicator and test switch.

Photoluminescent Signs

A Photoluminescent Exit Sign from Seton absorbs and stores energy from ambient fluorescent light to glow for over 50 hours in total darkness. They do not require electricity and have no internal lights to burn out, which means they are 100% reliable. These signs are easy to install and virtually maintenance free. They even meet NFPA Life Safety Code 101 and OSHA requirements.