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KROY INC. PRODUCES LOW-COST ADA REGULATORY SIGNS TO MEET THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT REQUIREMENTS

 KROY INC. PRODUCES LOW-COST ADA REGULATORY SIGNS TO MEET
 THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT REQUIREMENTS
 SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Feb. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Kroy Inc., a major manufacturer of architectural interior signage, has developed durable, low-cost tactile signage to help organizations to meet the requirements established by the recently enacted Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) legislation.
 Anticipating the dramatic impact of the broad-sweeping ADA civil rights legislation, Kroy looked for a way to provide businesses with a durable, low-cost alternative to meeting requirements for barrier removal, according to Phil Corse, Kroy vice president of marketing.
 "Every business in the United States that requires public access -- from major hospitals to the local grocery store -- has to comply with the regulations for the removal of architectural and communications barriers," Corse noted, "Signage is one of the fastest, most cost- effective and readily achievable steps toward compliance."
 Drawing on its years of experience producing tactile signage, Kroy specially designed its ADA Regulatory Signs, a mass-produced product, in order to keep associated costs at a minimum so every organization can have a cost-effective signage alternative.
 Kroy's new ADA Regulatory Signs comply with the ADA code for raised letters and pictograms, contrasting colors and Grade 2 Braille. The signs come ready to mount on the wall, with guidelines to meet ADA installation requirements.
 The raised image sign consists of a non-glare, matte-finish plastic injection-molded plate with a 1/32-inch raised image relief area. The sign may be used alone or inserted in Kroy's standard sign frame to achieve the desired aesthetic requirements of the facility.
 Kroy Inc., headquartered in Scottsdale, designs, manufactures and markets a high-quality line of communications products including labeling, lettering, barcoding and signage. Kroy products are used extensively in government, health care and industry by architects, designers, engineers, printers, facility managers, officer personnel and retail customers.
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 /CONTACT: Suellyn McMillan of Kroy Inc., 602-948-2222/ CO: Kroy Inc. ST: Arizona IN: SU:


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