Fire-Roof Code Sign
Fire-Roof Code Sign is MUTCD compliant for the safety standards of drivers and pedestrians on roadways and parking areas.
- Truss construction signs are designed to assist firefighters in the recognition of buildings constructed with truss roof/floor assemblies.
- The truss identification rules came into being due to a fire incident in Hackensack, NJ. in July 1988.
- As a result, an amendment to the Uniform Fire Code of New Jersey was enacted to have all buildings and structures identified with a sign to allow firefighters as they approach and begin firefighting operations, to identify if the building is equipped with truss components.
- N.J.A.C. 5:70-2.20 requires all buildings to have affixed a sign to indicate that there are equipped or installed truss supports.
- Individual structures and dwelling units with truss constructions that are part of a planned community development are required to have a truss sign affixed at each entrance to the development.
- Sign Size: 12″ wide x 6″ high
- Material: Reflective
- Printing color: Red