Formulate Shadow Pavement Sign
Here is the New Formulate Shadow Pavement Sign. An easy assembly framework on a steel base, with a stretch fabric pull-over graphic!
The frame is 32mm dia. black powder coated tubular steel, making strong and robust structure.
Push-button locators join sections together, making assembly very easy and without the use of tools.
The frame is assembled on a steel baseplate, which is also powder coated black.
With a footprint of 800mm x 420mm, this helps make it a very stable Outdoor Sign
To help with manoueverability, there is a pair of small wheels on one end of the baseplate, along with a hand hole on the other end to make pulling it along easier.
In addition, a set of 4 ground pegs are supplied with Shadow, so that it can be pegged-down when used on soft ground at outdoor events.
One advantage of Shadow over other Outdoor Pavement Signs is that there is no need to add water or sand as ballast to keep it in position. Having said that, Shadow is at home being used at indoor events also...perfect as a short banner and freestanding.
As with all Formulate units, the graphic is supplied as a double-sided pull-over fabric banner. This quality print is simply slipped over the framework and pulled down taught, before securing in position by closing the zip under the bottom rail.
The graphic withstands wet weather conditions and can be kept clean by washing in water at 30 degrees, preferably without detergent.
Ideal for retail outlets, coffee shops, forecourt signage, outdoor events, open days and wayfinding.
Outdoor Sign Boards can be used in many different locations frequented by the public. However, that doesn't mean that you are automatically allowed to use them on a public pavement/footpath. There is usually no problem on private land, but most people are unaware that there are laws covering signs and advertisements, including their size and location on your property and near public spaces. This is all covered by the The Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) (England) Regulations 2007. There is a publication - Outdoor Advertisements and Signs: A Guide for Advertisers - which will give you legal guidance. Having said that, it does depend on local circumstances as to whether or not you may be asked to remove a sign or advertisement.