Fire Hydrant and Hose Reel (Internal)
This premium statutory sign is a standard requirement for a variety of commercial and residential buildings, and comes in a range of materials and styles to suit the aesthetics of your building. This version of the Fire Hydrant and Hose Reel sign should be positioned on the cabinet or enclosure that houses an internally-located fire hydrant and hose reel.
Please note that BCA requirements for the text-only sign variant needs the wording to be of a contrasting colour to the background. The red/white version is only a design preference, and not a regulatory necessity.
It is important to note that the 50mm text version is required on internally-located housings, whereas an externally-located housing requires the 75mm text version.
Two other variants are also available:
Fire Hydrant and Hose Reel (Internal, Red/White)
Graphics are laser engraved or direct printed to ensure text is vandal-proof. Unlike lettering cut from self adhesive vinyl decals, it cannot be picked or scratched off, and also will not fade or shrink over time.
Dimensions: 580mm wide x 205mm high
Thickness: Dependant upon selected material
Cap Height: 50mm
Supplied with 1mm thick double sided tape to rear for easy mounting
Manufactured locally in our Melbourne-based factory - 100% Australian owned and operated
Anodised Aluminium - 2mm thick, direct print black graphics
Engravers Acrylic - White face, graphics permanently engraved in black - 1.3mm thick
Brushed Silver metallic with graphics permanently engraved in black - 0.8mm thick
Smooth Silver metallic with graphics permanently engraved in black - 1.6mm thick
One-off and short-run custom materials and graphics, as well as project rates are all available upon request. Please contact us with your design brief or project requirements and we will be in contact within 24 hours to discuss your needs. If supplying your own design, we are happy to provide guidance on whether the design meets the requirements of the National Construction Code. Some materials, colour combinations and font choices may not be suitable for code compliant signage.