Directional tactile indicators are used as a directional guide to assist people who are blind or vision impaired. They are used to provide a message to follow a certain path or pause and consider a change in direction. Directional tactile indicators can be identified under foot, by cane or noticed as a colour contrast to the installed surface.
Directional tactiles can be used in conjunction with hazard tactiles which are used to indicate a hazard, obstacle or public service point in an open space to people who are blind or vision impaired. To view our full range please click here.
- Available in three colours: black, yellow or terracotta
- Each tile features 4 directional indicators to indicate the require path of travel
- Made from polyurethane
- Slip resistant
- Easy to install: Self adhesive and can be applied to a wide range of surfaces including: concrete, bitumen, tiles, vinyl, rubber, timber and carpet
- Sold as individual tiles – each tile measures 300mm x 300mm
- Manufactured to meet Australian Standard AS/NZS 1428.4.1:2009 – Design for access and mobility, Part 4.1: Means to assist the orientation of people with vision impairment – Tactile ground surface indicators
Global Spill and Safety stock a wide range of site safety products including visual warning products to protect workers or pedestrians form potential hazards. To view the full range online please click here.