Examples of Sign Fittings

Sign Construction and Mounting Techniques

Examples of Sign Fittings. Tray signs will usually be fitted between posts, so the round poles or square posts are at either end of the sign. Panels with posts mounted behind can be supplied with channels fitted to the rear using hidden rivets, round or square stainless steel clips can then be used to fit the sign to the posts or poles. The clips can be powder coated to match the finish of the posts. Standard posts are traffic grey or white, but can be powder coated to suit.

Where signs are mounted to railings or fences, railing clips or straps can be used to securely fit without any visible face screws or bolts.

Related News

  • Stand Off Logo Chinthurst Group
    news image

    Recently supplied rose gold brushed effect substrate. Fine lattice work and lettering had to be subtly emboldened to allow space for rear fittings.

    Read more
  • Map plan sign for Chelsea Garden
    news image

    We were privileged to supply post and panel signs for the Wellington College Chelsea Garden when it was re-planted in the grounds. Map plan sign and gold leaf double posted shaped sign featuring the crest of Arthur Wellesley the Duke of Wellington.

    Read more
  • Finger Posts, Decorative Finials & Base Embellishers
    news image

    Aluminium finger posts can be extruded planks with collar fitting at standard sizes and can be finished to standard colours. Panels of different shapes and sizes can be fitted into 3mm mounts. Lettering can be painted, gold leaf, vinyl applied or digitally printed to face. Decorative finials are available in a variety of options and […]

    Read more