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Mine Signs specifically cater to the intricacies of safety that the mining industry demands, by providing industry specific reflective safety signs and stickers for mining equipment and vehicles.

Mine signs is the only sign manufacturer with patented sign material that will not only reduce the downtime and extend whole life of the signage on your equipment, but also improve safety on your site.

Signage can have a limited life span due to issues such as peeling, cracking, fading and low reflectivity and visibility, which is often due to sub-standard materials. Our research and development to produce top quality hi-visibility signs and labels that last has led us to a our sophisticated and patented product, known as "Mine Signs Spec".

Machine downtime on a mine site can be costly to a project, especially if its for a low cost item such as signage. Mine Signs superior products are made to withstand conditions faced in the harsh mining environments, meaning less downtime. Our products also meet and exceed Australian Standards and are proven to outlast any other mine sign available on the market.

Signage factors faced by the industry that can be difficult to negate is the need for regular wash downs of vehicles and equipment with high pressure abrasive blasting and curved surfaces on equipment. These two factors alone can lead to mismatched or missing signs and labels, which can lead to non compliance.

Mine Signs can help you stay compliant, our products are heavy duty, UV stabilised and have proven durability that will assist customers by significantly reducing signage and label costs, keep assets available for productive service and maximise production.

Our Australian made product range includes adhesive vinyl machine and vehicle hi-visibility ID signs, machine grille numbers, roof top boxes and custom danger signs and labels. Mountable Machine ID numbers and letters are available in a range of height options to suit machine sizes.

As well as producing the best mine signage the mining industry has available, Mine Signs also offer customers our engraving services of stainless steel, alloy and a range of Traffolyte signage products.


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Unit 7, 22-26 Allgas StreetSlacks Creek QLD 4127
Phone: 07 3208 3440 Fax: 07 3299 2297
minesigns.com.au

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