|Click to Enlarge Photo & See Braille
In the simplest form, ADA requirements state that any room or office that is permanent and accessible to the public must be marked with ADA regulated signage.
The most obvious example is restrooms. We make all of our ADA signs to comply with California Braille Standards - Title 24 unless something different is specified.
We use the Raster Braille method
at EAsign, which is a domed “dot,” meeting all the ADA requirements. This produces a clean, vandal-proof
sign that will last indefinitely.
|Click to Enlarge
The Raster™ Method is patented under Patent No. 5,245,744 and 5,403,189.
- It is quickly replacing conventional methods of Braille for several reasons:
- It is easier to read than other methods
- It is faster to fabricate (sometimes cutting your
fabrication time in half)
- The Braille dots are more uniform
- It allows for a cleaner, more attractive sign
- It is vandal resistant