Meet our new Pull-Tab Sign Series!
Communicate critical patient information in a sleek and stylish way.
Patient-Centered Medical Facility Signage
Every patient has specific needs: Allergies. Medication reminders. Special post-op instructions. Instead of digging through volumes of files to find critical information, healthcare professionals can take advantage of ASI’s new pull-tab sign series to get the information they need in an instant.
ASI’s new pull-tab sign series communicates critical patient information in a sleek and stylish way, which is also ADA and HIPAA compliant. The signs are customizable with numerous pull-tab options, and distinctive graphics. It’s easy to update the signs with interchangeable inserts.
There are two lines in the series:
The Venus line is a durable, flat-face modular interior signage system comprised of an anodized aluminum extrusion body, an optional design accent bar and insert options that provide a flexible system with a distinguished look.
The Horizon line is a clean, polished curved-face extrusion signage system design. It is based on a single piece of extruded aluminum, which creates stability and consistency across the line, and allows for a variety of panel insert solutions. The accent bar can be anodized or powder-coated or finished with a simulated woodgrain application.
What Makes Our Pull-Tab Signage the Best Choice:
- ADA and HIPAA compliant.
- Crafted with anodized aluminum, a sustainable and recyclable material.
- Choose from flat, Venus product line, or curved face, Horizon product line.
- Endless customizations including:
- Pull-tab options - quantity, color, messages
- Graphics options - sign background and pull-tab
- In-Use/Not In-Use slider bar
- Note Bar (Paper Holder)
- Changeable inserts
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It’s the heart and soul of our sign business. Raised text and braille signage is where we got our start. Inclusion and accessibility is as much, or more, important as it was in 1985 when we started building signs in a garage.
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