The ILUM E Series features an aluminum base (1.8 mm thick) with combination of photoluminescent, visual contrast and non-skid - 3 products in 1 to to help reduce slip and fall accidents and guide people to safety in an emergency. Applied with adhesive to wide variety of substrates.
The ILUM-F6171 Photoluminescent Anodized Flat Stair Nosing provides step edge visibility and enhances egress speed in all light conditions. They can be used on a range of substrates including concrete, timber, tiles, steel, checker plate and thin carpeted stairs.
Combine the best illuminated step edge technology with the leading brands of rubber stair treads. We have partnered with Nora Flooring and Johnsonite to combine the best step edge technology with the industry's best one-piece rubber stair treads.
Add photoluminescent nosings to any type of carpeted step. Ecoglo carpet nosings install over existing carpet for secure step safety every time.
The Ecoglo photoluminescent renovation treads are designed to cover and re-enforce existing step edge during remodels. Cover damaged or worn step edges without having to replace the existing treads.
Ecoglo has a full line of photoluminescent stair nosings to cover existing rubber stair treads. Don't remove rubber stair treads just because the leading edge is worn or damaged. Ecoglo resilient flooring nosings install flush over existing treads.
The hard-wearing silicon carbide non-slip materials is just what you need to reduce slip and falls in all weather conditions.
A patented process bakes in the photoluminescent powder and non-slip materials onto extruded aluminum base. Designed and tested for long-lasting durability, weather, UV, stain resistance.
Unlike electrical or battery lighting, Shore Step will never let you down. The strips glow brightly in the dark for many hours making every step a sure step.
Ecoglo lets you recycle natural sunlight or artificial light. No electricity required. Ecoglo products promotes sustainability by using recycled aluminum. Non-Toxic. No Radioactive.
The Ecoglo photoluminescent guidance strips are constructed from a combination of custom-blended photoluminescent powders and non-slip silicon carbide that are heat-fused to high-grade extruded aluminum strips. The result is a step edge guidance strip that provides high contrast and superior visibility and durability when applied to concrete, steel, aluminum, carpeted or wood steps.
To help you comply with the new NFPA Life Safety 101, IBC and IFC Photoluminescent Egress Requirements, we deliver unparalleled industry experience combined with cost effective product solutions to fit every project. Ecoglo is the World's leader in Photoluminescent egress step edge identification, signage, and durable path forward technology. i-Luminate is one of the country's leading distributors of Ecoglo Photoluminescent Egress Markings.
Stairway falls are a major cause of injury. However many of the factors contributing to these falls can easily be identified and mitigated with Photoluminescent markings combined with non-skid applications and visual contrast at the step edge.
One of the most important components of a safe egress stairwell system is high visibility at the step edge. Ecoglo step edge guidance strips feature a 3-in-1 visibility advantage: Photoluminescent, visual contrast and non-skid all in one unit.
i-Luminate provides a wide range of photoluminescent stair nosings, step edge guidance, handrail and landing strips that help resolve the widest range of egress visibility and mobility challenges.
Poor Step Geometry -- Steps must be consistent & have correct rise-run ratios.
Poor Visibility -- Step edges must be clearly defined to prevent over or
Slippery Tread -- The material used on the edge of a step must be slip-resistant.
Inadequate Handrails -- Handrails must be a usable size and clearly visible in
poor or no light conditions.
The photoluminescent strips provide high visibility 24 hours a day because the step edge and handrails are clearly defined and, as daylight diminishes or lights are extinguished, the strips give off a bright glow that lasts all night.
Human Factors -- Stair design should take into account the common usage. Step edge visualization is the most important basis for design. Social behavior such as the increase in mobile phone usage and texting mean people often are not looking when negotiating stairs so visibility becomes increasingly important.