Interior directory signs are designed with a modular construction that allows for easy replacement of sign elements. They are typically used in building lobbies to indicate the location of individual departments or businesses within the building.
There are several options available including electronic directories.
Engraved signs can be individually engraved to your specifications for building and floor directories, and also for informational signs, evacuation routes, building and room identification. They also include sliding window signs, changeable message signs, maps, map holders, and directional signage.
There are several interior component systems on the market, for example some include extruded aluminum faceplates, available up to10’ in length. They can have a satin finish with various industry colors. These face plates are mounted on a wall or floor mounted slide out carrier that creates a versatile system for directories, wall-mounted signs, directional signs and other way-finding elements.
Glass enclosed directories
Glass enclosed, open face, wall-hung and freestanding, directories, directory boards and cabinets are grooved for use with directory letters.
Surface signage systems
These systems are ideal for airports, hospitals, municipal spaces and a wide range of other applications. Based on precision aluminum extrusions, the displays are often used to show maps and other graphical items
Electronic versions of the many of the signage systems described above.
Architecturally finished these kinds of directories can add flair to a lobby space. Typically these kinds of systems come in brushed stainless steel or in a variety of metallic or powder coat paint finishes.
One of the main advantages of these kinds of electronic directory systems is easy updates. Usually you can update your directory from the convenience of your office computer, whenever it is needed.