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First blue-glowing signage launched for aircraft

An aircraft cabin lighting company has launched what it calls the world’s first and only blue-glowing flexible photoluminescent signage.

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Blue signage is launched for aircraft cabins

Products by STG Aerospace are installed in over 11,000 aircraft worldwide, making up a third of the world’s passenger fleet. Its latest product claims to be the world’s first blue-glowing cabin signage for use in emergency, informational and custom signs.

The signage, named saf-Tsign blu, is part of the firm’s saf-Tsign range of environmentally friendly, non-powered photoluminescent signage and is available for all aircraft types.

“We’re really excited to be launching the world’s first flexible blue-glowing aircraft signage and cabin marking option,” says Dr Sean O’Kell, STG Aerospace business unit director. “It’s not something you can announce every day.

“We are already talking to many major carriers about the extensive capability offering of saf-Tsign blu, looking at everything from seat markings and row numbers to galley and washroom signs.”

Blue signage will also be more ‘on-brand’ than green signage for many airlines

Photoluminescent signs, or ‘glow-in-the-dark’ signs, use no power meaning they are ideal for use in aerospace, where cabin lighting can charge saf-Tsign blu signs.

O’Kell continues: “With the new saf-Tsign blu, we’re expanding our portfolio, building on our traditional green-glowing signage to add a cool and soothing blue look. Blue signage will also be more ‘on-brand’ than green signage for many airlines and can be easily tailored to match airlines’ CMF palettes.

“Blue is a very calming and aesthetically pleasing colour. It’s relaxing and refreshing, with an output that won’t disrupt passengers in a darkened cabin. Naturally, therefore, it’s a colour we love, and we already offer a blue setting for our liTeMood cabin lighting system and saf-Tglo blu FPM systems. This way we can offer a cohesive cabin aesthetic to customers.”

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