Modular Sign meets buildings' speed and security needs.
August 19, 2013 -
Contego™ Modular Sign System offers solution for maintenance teams that must keep interior signage up to date in buildings such as schools and hospitals. Able to be unlocked with flathead screwdriver to allow for reconfiguration of sign within minutes, Quick Pins™ are strategically placed out-of-sight on aluminum frame to deter vandals as well as maintain clean, uninterrupted appearance. Shapes and sizes range from simple door numbers to large, 2-column directory signs.
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SignScape(TM) Launches New Modular Sign to Satisfy Need for Speed and Security in Today's Changing Building
MILWAUKEE -- A rebounding economy and shifting markets will spell more frequent changes in many workplaces, including increases in reorganizations and turnover. Other buildings like schools and hospitals are virtually always changing, from relocating individual staffers to moving whole departments. SignScape(TM) Architectural Signage has the solution for maintenance teams that must keep interior signage up-to-date in these ever-changing buildings: the Contego(TM) Modular Sign System. Patent-pending Quick Pins(TM) make Contego quick and easy to change, but are designed inconspicuously making the system vandal-resistant as well.
"Modular signs have been around for a long time, but until now, changing them has been tedious or time-consuming," said Mark Alan, SVP of Product Management and Development at InPro Corporation. "Either that, or they're too easy to change and easy prey for vandals. Contego makes change quick and easy--for the right people."
The key to Contego's easy changeability is its Quick Pins, which can be unlocked with a flathead screwdriver to allow for easy reconfiguration of the sign within minutes. Contego's Quick Pins are strategically placed out-of-sight on the aluminum frame to deter vandals as well as maintain a clean, uninterrupted appearance.
Contego is available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, from simple door numbers to large, two-column directory signs. SignScape manufactures inserts for Contego including ADA compliant options.
"Contego is another innovation that was born out of our obsession with protecting buildings, including their owners and users," said Alan. "Change is inevitable, but that doesn't mean it has to be painful."
SignScape, a division of InPro Corporation, creates architectural signage that always connects people to where they are and where they're going.
Since 1979, InPro Corporation has been making and servicing products with an obsessive commitment to protecting the appearance of buildings and the health and safety of the people who use them. Based in Muskego, Wisconsin, InPro is the nation's premier manufacturer of door and wall protection, washroom systems and commercial surfaces, expansion joint systems, privacy systems and architectural signage.
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