June 2, 2008
Lunaplast(TM) is a well-known, premier brand of photoluminescent (glow in the dark) materials used for life-safety emergency way finding and signage. The holder of many industry "firsts", Lunaplast(TM) products help protect occupants in aircraft, ships, spacecraft and are installed in some of the world's most recognizable buildings, including the Pentagon and the World Trade Center.
Modern high-performance photoluminescent materials like Lunaplast(TM) are up to 100 times brighter than the older zinc-sulfide materials commonly used in familiar "glow-in-the-dark" novelties.
Stable and non-toxic, with low maintenance and a long service-life, photoluminescent products are safe, effective and economical. Lunaplast(TM) professional grade signs meet or exceed all relevant international codes and standards.
In New York City, Local Law 26 requires that photoluminescent signage be provided on egress routes and in many other locations where information must be displayed clearly when electrical power fails.
In 2007, Lunaplast(TM) photoluminescent signs designed for NASA and installed on the International Space Station were the subject of a segment of "Modern Marvels" entitled "It Came from Outer Space", now airing on The History Channel.
Lunaplast(TM) products manufactured by Green Mountain Graphics are among the highest quality photoluminescent signs available.
According to Green Mountain owner Eric Greenberg, "Using industry-leading Lunaplast(TM) materials, Green Mountain Graphics can help you plan an effective and compliant photoluminescent signage program to retrofit your existing building or plan programs for buildings in renovation or new construction. Green Mountain Graphics will install or supervise installation through a competent local installer in your area."
Green Mountain Graphics is a Long Island City, NY based full-line manufacturer of architectural signage for clients in the US and around the world. For more information, please go to www.gm-graphics.com