Heskins reflective hazard tape is a great product for marking hazards around the workplace. We also offer variations on it. Read more inside…
Reflective tape…. an excellent, cost-effective marking tape that allows businesses to mark out potential hazards in the workplace. It’s self-adhesive, thus allowing for quick application on to clean, dry surfaces, without affecting production/work flow. That’s it in a nutshell, and Heskins supplies it in 8 colours, 2 of which we offer in 4 design variants.
Reflective Hazard Tape Variants
“What do you mean?” I hear you ask. Well, let me explain…. We offer reflective hazard tape in 2 colour combinations, red/white and black/yellow. But we don’t stop there, we also offer left hand and right-hand variants. What am I talking about? well, left and right-hand variations simply have the chevrons pointing in opposite directions, and there is no easier way to describe than by showing you an image, like the one to the right. Heskins can supply both left hand and right-hand reflective hazard tape in as many sizes as all of our other reflective tapes. You can find more information on the technical aspects of reflective tape on the product page.
Why do Heskins Offer These Variants?
So why do we offer left hand and right-hand reflective hazard tape? It’s quite an underwhelming answer, to be honest, but it makes sense. It’s simply aesthetics…. We have customers who line areas such as meeting points and small factory areas and want them to look as neat as possible. By having the chevrons facing the opposite ways, it makes them easier to line up on either side, as well as join together when going around. You can also join two strips of opposing tapes together to make arrows, turn reflective hazard tape into a directional marker as well as a hazard marking. We also offer the same variants for Heskins hazard anti-slip tape and more on this will be added to the product pages over the coming weeks! If you do require more information on our left and right-hand reflective hazard tape, you can do so by visiting the webpage, or if you would like to place an order, you can do so by contacting the sales team by phone, email, live chat or the contact us form on the website.
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