Safety Sign warns works of milling machine hazards.

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Measuring 5 x 6 x 0.002 in., polyester sign addresses main safety hazards created by rotating spindles and tools on milling machines. It complies with ANSI Z535-2006 series of standards for design, application, and use of signs, colors, and symbols for accident prevention. Chemical-resistant acrylic adhesive, which exhibits holding strength at temperatures to 350°F, enables label to adhere to LSE (low surface energy) plastics, powder coatings, or oily metals.



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Safety Sign for Milling Machines



Informs of Hazards Created by Rotating Spindles and Tools

Rockton, Illinois, April 3, 2007: Danray Products LLC recently released its one-of-a-kind safety sign for milling machines. This danger sign addresses the main safety hazards created by rotating spindles and tools on milling machines. This sign is 5" L x 6" H.

Danray Products' safety sign has been designed to comply with the ANSI Z535-2006 series of standards for the design, application, and use of signs, colors, and symbols for accident prevention. This 0.002"-thick polyester sign has a high-bond-strength acrylic adhesive by 3M that has excellent chemical resistance and holding strength even at high temperatures (up to 350°F). This adhesive is the best choice for labels that need to adhere to LSE (low surface energy) plastics, powder coatings, or oily metals.

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