Stock Injection Molded ADA and Wayfinding Signage

As a building manager, it’s important to put up clear signs so people can navigate safely and easily throughout the building. One of the most common types of wayfinding signs is plastic injection molded ADA signs. These signs also allow people to quickly determine where important locations are without having to spend needless time meandering, which cuts down on wasted time, unauthorized access, and even accidents. If you’d like to partner with Bellco, give us a call today or visit our contact us page.

Frequently Asked Questions about Plastic Injection Molded Signage

There are many benefits to injection molded plastic signs, besides the obvious of providing required ADA compliance to buildings for general wayfinding. Having a clear strategy for how the ADA signs are laid out on your business premises can help visitors assess within seconds where they are and where they need to go, and do so in a way that brings confidence when moving around the building. Nobody likes looking lost and confused, and many people don't like asking for help, so these signs provide a way to empower them to find their own way. For example, if a visitor is looking for the restroom, the ADA signs can point the way for them. These signs look cohesive and are inexpensive to produce. They also have high durability and can resist general wear and tear.
Because ADA signs require Braille, a durable but inexpensive way to create the 3D icons and Braille dots is through the process of injection-molded plastic. The plastic pellets are heated until molten and then the liquid is injected into a mold in the form of the designed sign. Once cooled, it's removed and can be painted for additional legibility. This process leverages manufacturing automation which—when paired with less expensive aluminum molds—is faster and more cost-effective than many other methods. What ADA Signs

What ADA Signs We Offer

At Bell Company, Inc., we offer a few limited message signs in  injection molded plastic signs and they are available in two primary colors, with raised text and Grade II Braille. 

You can choose from up to 10 basic messages and from two color schemes: dark brown background with white letters and symbols, or blue background with white letters and symbols.

The sizes of the signs are available in 6″ x 9″ and 6″ x 6″. However, 6″ x 6″ only has one basic message   available.

It’s also good to note that the stairs symbol is only available in the blue color scheme.

All signs come with double-sided foam tape on the back for easy and secured mounting.

If you can’t find what you are looking for with our stock, injection molded ADA Signs, we can easily create what you need with one of our other ADA compliant sign materials.  

Explore our gallery of signs below to see examples of what products we can create for you and get in touch to discuss all your ADA signage and other signage needs.

Contact us for a quote today!