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Photoluminescence comes to the Rescue.

 

 

 

Around the world , there is now also an increasing awareness and appreciation of the value of well-planned Long-persistence Photoluminescent Emergency egress systems, which solves several safety and evacuation problems that are seldom answered by other means.

For instance, the provision of guidelines and direction indicators at ground level can help to overcome the problems of evacuation caused by lack of visibility and disorientation in smoke conditions. In doing this, they fore-fill an important role in the safety fields.

We believe our Photoluminescent materials and systems deserve the earnest consideration of all those concerned;

  • Building Owners,

  • Facility Manager,

  • Fire Marshall's,

  • Safety Inspectors,

  • Architects, Engineers and Builders,

  • Legislators and Governments involved in enforcement of safety provisions.

The purpose of this presentation is to provide a preview of the current possible applications of;

"High Performance Long-persistence Photoluminescent Emergency egress systems." 

A Long-persistence Photoluminescent Emergency egress system is a combination of Photoluminescent materials located in;

  • Buildings,

  • Ships,

  • Defence establishments,

  • Underground railways & Roads,

in a manner in which the visible directions help to ensure a safe, and above all, orderly evacuation and prevention of panic if power fails and:

  • There is no emergency lighting.

  • The emergency lighting does not work.

  • Smoke obscures the emergency lighting.

Earlier Photoluminescent materials have been justifiably considered to be unsatisfactory as part of safety systems, considered  more suitable for novelty application such as Glow in the Dark Toys. 

This conclusion together with a general lack of familiarity with Photoluminescent products is reflected in the absence of little or no allowance for the Photoluminescent materials in Building Codes and Life Safety Codes.

In recent  years, technology has greatly advanced the performance and characteristics of Photoluminescent materials.

Together with this, there have been further developments, new sophisticated  ways the materials are now used, a better appreciation of their unique functions, abilities for safety applications and a greater variety of types of material to suit specific safety needs.

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