With triangles (shark teeth), priority lanes on the work floor can easily be indicated. With the striped triangles, an additional safety element can be added according to ISO 7010 or ISO 3864. Dimensions: Large = 130 x 116 mm and Small = 100 x 91 mm.
Striped floor markings can be used to highlight risks or dangers. The stripes on the markings are of equal width and slope at an angle of 45°. The colour combinations and their meanings have been standardised: ISO 7010 prescribes the following for:
White on red = prohibited, fire safety.
Black on yellow = danger.
White on green = safe escape route, safety equipment.
White on blue = mandatory.
There are more standards for the meanings of colour combinations, including ISO 3864. The only difference between ISO 7010 above and ISO 3864 is an additional colour combination.
Black on white = additional information.
The floor markings in all of the striped colour combinations above are available from inventory, making it possible to meet both ISO standards. If desired, other colour combinations, like those that meet United States ANSI standards, are available upon request.