Sign Materials: .080 Engineer Grade, Anodized, Reflective Aluminum Sheeting; .080 Aluminum with Chemical Conversion Coating Covered with White Engineer Reflective Sheeting; or Approved Equivalent. Two Standard Radius Holes for Mounting; Standard Rounded Corners.
Sign Color: Signs shall have black border and letters and use 3 M 700 series reflective ink colors. The pantone colors for the flag graphic shall be: Green (PMS 348); Yellow (PMS 123); Red (PMS 186); and Purple (PMS 266).
Specifications for Beach Warning Flags
Flag Size: Flags shall be 750 mm x 1000 mm or English equivalent with rust-proof grommets.
Flag Sets: Five (5) rectangle beach warning flags in four (4) colors, one of which will have a 26 inch diameter white no swim graphic [PDF - 12 KB] printed on both sides.
Flag Colors: b Green Flag. PMS 348 Pantone Color Acid Dye. b Yellow Flag. PMS 123 Pantone Color Acid Dye. b Red Flag. PMS 186 Pantone Color Acid Dye. b Red Flag with Graphic. PMS 186 Pantone Color Acid Dye. The graphic must be white and positioned in the middle of the flag. No screen-printing, sprayed on, painted on, or sewed on graphics are allowed. The No Swim graphic is attached as Attachment B. b Purple Flag. PMS 266 Pantone Color Acid Dye.
Fabric: Flags shall be of 200 denier DuPont SolarMax UV resistant nylon or approved equivalent. Fabric must be double-sided (2) pieces of fabric sewn together and treated for water repellency.
Finishing: Flags shall include a white tape header made with 2 rust-proof grommets. Two (2) rows of X stitching through the center of the flag are required to prevent ballooning. Four (4) rows of stitching top, bottom, and fly end are required.
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