Post & Panel Overview
Vinyl This sign system has been developed to meet all of the
criteria for a quality freestanding post and panel sign; robust,
interchangeable, aesthetically pleasing and most importantly
cost eﬀective. This system is ideally suited to organisations
located on large estates where there is a need to have
numerous reference points to guide visitors around the estate.
Constructed of sturdy aluminium, which means no rusting and
Digital Large staining commonly associated with steel sections. The panels are
mounted inside posts hiding all panel ﬁxings from sight giving
Format Printers the sign smooth unobtrusive lines. The back face is identical to
the front face so that both sides of the sign can be used. An in-ﬁll
and Cutters trim section clips in to complete the shape of the posts.
The sign is generally set into ground in a concrete pad.
Baseplates can be supplied for the 80mm round post for
bolting directly into existing concrete surfaces. The heavy duty
post will accept an internal steel section for extra strength. Base
plates for the heavy duty posts will need to be welded. Caps
are made from aluminium plate and the sign has no plastic
Post & Panel Systems
Digital Media The Signlink 1000 system is suitable for making a variety of
sign types including: -Freestanding Post & Panel Sign
-Under Awning Sign
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Box Section Panel
Accessories 80mm Diameter
POST & PANEL SYSTEMS
80mm Diameter Round Pole
This pole is best suited to smaller garden type sign
applications. It has an in ﬁll trim which is designed to clip
in to continue the shape of the pole.
75mm Square Lightweight Pole
This pole is also suited to smaller garden type sign
applications where the square pole look is preferred.
104mm Square Heavy Duty Pole
This pole is suitable for carrying larger panels, higher
oﬀ the ground. It shares the same clip in-ﬁll and trim
as the square lightweight pole. As with the lightweight
pole, it has been designed to accept a ‘Duragal’ steel
box section mounted inside which eﬀectively increases
the strength of the pole. Duragal section available
These panels are formed from a proprietary multi functional section which
accepts a variety of materials up to 5 mm thick, front and back, to form Standard Panel
sign faces which can have a surface area up to 2450mm x 1200mm. This Double Sided
panel can also have an option where the sign face is front loaded instead
of top loaded which is ideal for signs that need to be changed on a regular
basis such as Church times or industrial estates where there is often a high
turnover of occupants. This option uses magnetic plates to hold the sign
onto the sign face.
These panels have been designed, as the name
implies, to deliver excellent economy without
compromising the functional or aesthetic value of
the sign. They are quite simple to put together as Cover Dibond Mounting
trim Sign Track
there are only two elements to assemble onto the top and Panel
panel. The sign face material is 6mm thick, double
sided Dibond, which is a composite panel with
painted aluminium faces on both sides. Dibond is an
extremely strong, rigid sign material which is made Side View Top View
in Germany speciﬁcally for the sign industry. Powder
coated white cover trims are mounted over the top and bottom cut edges of the panel.
The Dibond is ﬁxed into a mounting track on both the left and right hand sides, which in
turn mounts inside the sign pole. The ﬁnished panel is very sturdy and is available in sizes
up to 3000 x 1500mm. Panels which are wider than 2400mm have a secondary reinforcing
trim top and bottom.
Box Section Panels
These panels are made from aluminium extruded box sections available in a
standard panel height of 100mm. The panel comes in powder coated white
however it can be painted with polyurethane paint in any nominated colour.
This type of panel is extremely cost eﬀective due to the minimal amount Sign Face
of labour required in manufacture and assembly. Standard lengths include
1250mm, 1550mm, and 1850mm. Perfectly suited to hospitals, schools,
university , nursing homes and similar community organisations.