Photoluminescent Installations

Photoluminescent Installation useThe 2009 International Building Code (IBC) 1024, NFPA 70, and the International Fire Code (IFC) 4604.23 requires that all buildings – new and existing – over 75 feet tall must install photoluminescent exit path markings.  Photoluminescent markings do not require electricity and are therefore a more energy efficient approach that can save lives by directing people out of a building in the event of an emergency; they provide illuminated, safe, non-electric routing for emergency exits and stairways in the event of power failures or to supplement electric or emergency lighting.  Everclear Enterprises, Inc. installs photoluminescent emergency egress path markings, including exit path markers, directional signage, stair nosings, and handrail markers, to assist our clients in management of the emergency egress systems in the facilities they manage.