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Steelmark Tactile Indicators pave the way for a more inclusive and accessible environment. These specialised surface textures are embedded in walking surfaces to provide critical directional and warning cues for visually impaired pedestrians.

Why Choose Steelmark Tactile Indicators?

• Enhanced Accessibility: Our tactile indicators comply with accessibility standards, ensuring safe and independent navigation for people with visual impairments.
• Improved Safety: Distinct surface textures alert visually impaired pedestrians of potential hazards or changes in walking direction, preventing accidents and injuries.
• Directional Guidance: Linear or directional-based tactile indicators guide pedestrians along designated pathways or warn them of upcoming intersections or changes in level.
• Hazard Warnings: Tactile indicators with specific surface patterns warn pedestrians of potential dangers, such as upcoming stairs, escalators, or changes in floor level.
• Durable & Weatherproof: Made from high-quality materials, Steelmark tactile indicators withstand heavy foot traffic and harsh weather conditions, ensuring long-lasting performance.

Steelmark Tactile Indicators are ideal for:

• Public Pedestrian Walkways: Create safe and accessible pathways in parks, plazas, sidewalks, and other public areas with high foot traffic.
• Train Stations & Airports: Guide visually impaired passengers with clear directional cues and hazard warnings for a safe and stress-free travel experience.
• Hospitals & Medical Facilities: Ensure accessibility for patients, visitors, and staff with visual impairments by incorporating tactile indicators in hallways, waiting areas, and other relevant spaces.
• Commercial Buildings & Offices: Promote inclusivity and comply with accessibility regulations by installing tactile indicators in lobbies, corridors, and other high-traffic areas.

Types of Steelmark Tactile Indicators:

• Directional Indicators: Linear patterns guide pedestrians along designated pathways.
• Warning Surface Indicators: Distinct surface textures warn of upcoming hazards like stairs, escalators, or changes in floor level.
• Truncated Domes: These raised dome patterns signal the end of a walking surface, often used before crosswalks or changes in elevation.

Invest in Accessibility with Steelmark Tactile Indicators. Browse our selection today and find the right indicators to create a safe and inclusive environment for everyone!

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