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CleanSIGN – the one and only LED signal tower with EHEDG approval

04 November 2013

Now available for surface mounting

New attractive addition to the range
WERMA has now extended the range of the CleanSIGN range of products with the introduction of a surface mount option. The new variant can easily be installed on any surface, even for example overhead suspended from ceilings. The product contains all of the other technical features associated with the traditional wall mounted design which all make a significant contribution to a safer working environment.

Many unique features
The compact design of CleanSIGN has no flat horizontal surface, grooves or joints where contamination could build up and therefore contamination risks are substantially reduced.

An EHEDG requirement calling for 30 degree angled surfaces has been rigorously imposed on the design which allows for optimised flow of fluid, easier cleaning and better visibility of the signal tower.

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