materials, and cleaned—meets the outdoor weathering photometric requirements of AASHTO M 268. 913.2.02 Type V and VI Reflective Sheeting A. Requirements Use wide-angle prismatic reflective sheeting—Type V or Type VI that has a smooth surface and a distinctive interlocking diamond seal pattern and orientation marks visible from the face.
REFLECTIVE INTENSITY: STYLETECH Brand Engineering Grade (EG) sheeting is designed and manufactured to render high head-on and wide-angle retroreflectivity. A. The minimum Specific Intensity per Unit Area (SIA) required of the standard colors of Type II (EG) sheeting appears in the Standard Specification of Roads and Bridges on Federal Highway Projects 1985 (FP-85) as shown in Table 2, below. This site is maintained and written by Steven Cole – owner of Reflective Inc. On this site we feature our Oralite (formerly Reflexite) line of Retro-reflective products. Reflexite invented prismatic reflective sheeting in the 1960’s. Their reflective films are made as a single layer meaning they will not delaminate like other brands.
legible font, retro-reflective sheeting and retro-reflective pavement markings, left turn lanes at intersections and improved sign placement to ensure that drivers have adequate time to make informed decisions on the road.” Several Cosponsors have now signed on. To activate a video of Congressman Altmier’s address, click in the black box.
Apply this barricade sheeting to an extruded roll flexible/durable plastic. Easy to cut to desired lengths, and screwed or nailed on to wood panels. Salvage this tape off of plastic units and put on wood panels. Check out our post on our blog about the different types of reflective sheeting Avery Dennison makes highway and street signs brighter and safer with some of the most innovative technologies available in reflective sheeting today. Since 1924, we have been an industry leader, dedicated to growing and evolving to keep up with the ever-changing needs of a demanding market. Today, we remain one of the preferred suppliers to