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Part# S-6353
SPN# 8362
Color Black On Orange
Shape Horizontal

Product Description

This official OSHA Warning Sign marks the area of C02 storage and informs everyone that care must be taken to avoid suffocation and asphyxiation.

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Should last 1 year, plus, outside. Please test in your application. Good water and chemical resistance 168ºF Mounts with screws or clips. Sep 28
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  • 55 mil thick plastic.
  • Good for indoor and limited outdoor use.
  • Prepunched holes for easy mounting with screws or nails.
  • Rounded corners.
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Oct 18, 2016

Size: 10" x 14" Material Type: Aluminum (40 mil)   Verified Purchase

Great Customer Service

My Safety Sign was able to work up a custom quote on a sign for us. We ended up getting Fire Dept. approval to go with one of their standard signs instead. They came quickly and worked out great!