Brady launches floor marking for all traffic levels

14708 Toughstripe Max apply app01Clearly marked floors are a practical solution to keep pedestrian and vehicle traffic separated in warehouses or logistic areas. (Image source: Brady)Brady Corporation has released a full range of reliable marking solutions for floors with light, medium and heavy traffic with the addition of the new ToughStripe Max for heavy traffic areas

A solution for all traffic levels

Brady offers three types of reliable, colour- codable floor marking tapes depending on the level of traffic on the floor.

The vinyl tape can be used temporarily in light traffic areas and is ideal for lean or Kaizen events.

The polyester ToughStripe tape is better suited for more permanent use in medium- traffic areas with pedestrians and light vehicles.

The newest tape from Brady, ToughStripe Max, is designed for heavier traffic and forklifts areas.

Safer pedestrians, efficient vehicles

Clearly marked floors are a practical solution to keep pedestrian and vehicle traffic separated in warehouses or logistic areas.

Like traffic lanes on public roads, they help to increase safety and efficiency for all users.

Walking employees can immediately see where they can walk safely, while vehicle efficiency can be increased within their dedicated traffic zones

Increase compliance

Floor marking supports compliance with the EU Directive 92/58/EEC, which mentions that employers shall provide safety and or health signs where needed.

Annex V of the Directive, concerning the minimum requirements for signs used for obstacles and dangerous locations and for the marking of traffic routes, also specifies that traffic routes for vehicles must be clearly identified by continuous strips in a clearly visible colour when necessary for the protection of workers.

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