Slatz®

Vinyl Applied graphics

Overview

Whether they coordinate with a comprehensive wayfinding system that begins outside a building, or they are the first signs that greet people for an individual department or business inside a complex, the Slatz® Sign System provides versatile and adaptable solutions for interior communications.

Using the same basic building blocks of universal clips and end caps, along with faceplates in a variety of sizes and finishes, you can create a coordinated sign program that works on its own or can be interfaced with other products featured on this website.

Identify destination areas and departments on a centralized, wall-mounted directory available in single and multi-column configurations. Reinforce the directions with wall-mounted and/or ceiling-hung directionals. Specify departments, personnel, restrooms and other special-use rooms with door-side identification signs and/or projected room numbers.

Slatz provides a total sign program in one system.

Slatz Vinyl

Features

  • Eight trimplate heights
  • Five standard sidetrack options
  • Custom panel sizes to match specific needs
  • Tamper resistant
  • Interchangeable plates
  • Concealed mounting
  • Single-panel or multi-panel construction
  • Variable surface mounting
  • Desktop adaptable
  • Suspended or projected
  • ADA compatible
  • Unlimited configurations

Single Panel

Extrusions can be cut to any length – long or short – for single-panel signs

Multiple Panels & Columns

Flexible components assure unlimited configurations.

Custom Panels

Custom-size panels integrate with the system and enhance design capabilities.

Suspended or Projecting

Overhead options maximizevisibility in difficult areas

Sidetrack System

Sidetrack extrusions ensure panel alignment and conceal edges.

Configurations

Wall Sign

Desk Sign

Suspended Sign

Projecting Sign

Single Column Directory

Single-column Directory

Multi-Column Directories

Multi-column Directory

Suspended Directory

Suspended Directory

Projecting Directory

Projecting Directory

Slatz Basics

Type A Single-panel

The Slatz end cap does dual duty as a mounting bracket and finishing feature. Available in sizes to fit each Slatz faceplate extrusion, the caps are used to mount single- panel signs. They are ideal for nameplates, desk signs, restrooms and single-message communication. Slatz Basics Type A Single

Type B Multi-panel

At the heart of a multi-panel Slatz sign is the multiclip. Inserted into aluminum sidetracks, multiclips hold multiple faceplates in limitless combinations to form everything from basic wall directional signs to complex directories and displays. Slatz Basics Type B Multi

Choices

for Types A & B

Faceplates

Faceplates are precision-engineered aluminum extrusions. Available in a silver satin finish or many shades from our exclusive ColorfixTM system.

Available in lengths up to 10 feet and cut-to-size.

for Type B

Trimplates

Trimplates are similar in construction to faceplates except for a return on one edge. The return provides a flush wall mount and inhibits vandalism.

for Type B

Framing Options

Framing options require two selections: trimplate and sidetrack.

  1. Quad Track and Curved Trimplates
  2. Square Track and Curved Trimplates
  3. Angle Track and Square Trimplates
  4. Quad Track and Square Trimplates
  5. Square Track and Square Trimplates

Installation

For Typical Slatz®

Wall/Door Signs


Hold plate on wall at desired location. Mark sides and corners.

Remove end caps. Hold caps to corner markings and mark end cap mounting holes. Drill holes, insert anchors, and fasten caps to wall. Do not fasten tightly; allow for minor adjustment.

Snap faceplate into place.

Single-Column
Directories


Remove plates, where shown, to expose mounting holes. For taller directories, check the tracks for additional holes. Position on mounting surface, level, and mark holes.

Drill holes in wall where indicated and insert anchors. Line directory up to holes and fasten with screws.

Replace plates.

Multi-Column
Directories


Remove plates, where shown, to expose mounting holes. Position on mounting surface, level, and mark holes.

Drill holes in wall and insert anchors. Line directory up to holes and fasten with screws.

Replace plates.

Flush-Mount
Ceiling
Directories


Remove plates, where shown, to expose mounting holes. For taller directories, check the tracks for additional holes. Position on mounting surface, level, and mark holes.

Drill holes in wall where indicated and insert anchors. Line directory up to holes and fasten with screws.

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