Simmonsigns Commits to a Greener Future of Road Safety Solutions

Here at Simmonsigns, we have committed to reviewing all aspects of our business to ensure our carbon footprint is reduced and single-use waste is kept to a minimum. Our green commitment has been applied to our range of safety devices, and in the last 12 months, we have taken the time and care to design environmentally friendly and sustainable products. We are delighted to introduce our new and improved range of solar-powered road safety products available to order now.

Simmonsigns has been designing and manufacturing innovative road safety solutions for over 30 years. We take great pride in the evolution and performance of our products. We are proud to develop industry-leading road safety equipment that is highly effective and long-lasting. Our new range of solar products is focused on delivering the same excellent Simmonsigns performance, with a greener, cleaner outlook.

The balance of power in our solar panel means each element works reliably in function with the other. The load power and load autonomy requirement drive the battery type and size. And the load power requirement and site drive the photovoltaic panel size highlighted below. If you would like more information about the panel performance, download our Solar Presentation.

With our versatile solar panel, we can adapt our most popular road safety products for off-grid use whilst meeting the required safety standards and ensuring optimal performance.Solabel is our solar-powered Belisha Beacon that has been used by Tesco and ASOS in busy pedestrianised areas. Other products also available include our Solar Pulsa and Solar Pulsa 4×4 school warning lights and the Solar LUA road sign light.

Throughout the coming weeks, we will be celebrating our solar products and sharing news and information about all of our solar-powered safety solutions. If you have any questions or would like more information about Simmonsigns solar range please contact us online or call 01952 293333.


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