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Muster station arrow up 400W x 150H rigid plastic sign

Name Muster station arrow up 400W x 150H rigid plastic sign
SKU PPP.152-RP
Sign Material Rigid plastic
Sign Orientation Landscape
Sign Direction Up
Sign Fixing Wall Mounted
Sign Size (mm) 400x150h

Muster station arrow up sign states that the muster station is located at up and thus instruct people to follow the given direction to find the muster station in an emergency at sea. More info...

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Excl.VAT: £9.60 Incl.VAT: £11.52

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5-10 £9.12
10-20 £8.64
20-50 £8.16
50+ £7.68

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Muster station arrow up 400W x 150H rigid plastic sign

  • This sign informs people on board at the ship that the muster station is situated at up and help them find with ease.
  • Available in the size o9f 400W x 150H, this sign has been constructed with rigid plastic along with photoluminescent, which makes it a clear read in dark.

Customer feedback


  • Good as it gets
    These are an inexpensive option for non-electrical signs that need to be visible if lights go out.
    - Robert
  • Worth it
    Worth the price! Just the right size and the arrow shows the exact location
    - Wright
  • Used for replacement
    Signs are just as advertised. Will be used to update our ship signs.
    - BAS
  • What we needed
    Exactly what we needed to make sure people using our muster station know location
    - Jeff