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Artemis

Artemis is a multi-functional modular sign system well suited for a wide range of wayfinding, identity, information and directory applications.

A temper proof locking system makes Artemis is a popular choice for academic and healthcare institutions. With its award winning design features, Artemis is also a worthwhile system for offices, retail stores and other high end interiors.

Artemis is available in a multitude of options including desk mounted, suspended, projecting, wall mounted and free standing. In addition, other elements can be integrated into the system including ADA compliant sign inserts.

Artemis is also easy to change with sign inserts that can be produced on almost any printer and changed quickly.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

MATERIALS

Frame:aluminum extrusion, clear satin anodized finish
End caps: ABS
Lens:clear matte (non-glare) acrylic

INSERTS

Printing methods:Ink Jet, Laser , Digital Print
Printable surfaces:paper, clear acetate, frosted polyester film
Additional surfaces:anodized aluminum, satin finish, PVC core

MOUNTING

Removable d/s tape:suitable for most wall surfaces
VHB d/s tape:extended security and suitable for mounting to glass
Countersunk holes:to mechanically secure sign to surface of wall
Suspension mount:sign hangs from cables secured to ceiling
Projecting mount:mechanically secured to surface of wall

CUSTOM

Painted end caps:to match any specified color
Machined aluminum end caps
Customized widths:suitable for applications such as directories
Sliding fixture:to indicate vacancy / occupancy
Desk stands:for large and small signs
Freestanding posts:suitable for interior / exterior environments

NOTE

For ADA compliance, tactile letters and Grade II Braille applied;
Photopolymer panel may also be used as alternate
All sizes noted indicate size of insert, not overall sign size

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