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PolyArmour Signs

Colors, Stone Styles, and

Installation Instructions

Construction:
Consists of a solid, shaped, polystyrene core, sealed for durability and strength with a thick polyurethane hard coat and finished with a 100% acrylic textured finish.

Key Features:

Easy Installation: Prefabricated, no site mess or weather delays.

Better looking: No exposed seams or fasteners. No "oil canning" as is likely with aluminum or plastic signs.

Durable Time proven fade resistant finish: Weather and insect proof.

Easily repaired if unlikely damage occurs.

Easily transported due to low weight and removable mounting posts.

Standard models available for simple design & layout.

Custom models available and welcome.

We also offer custom caps, columns, bases, pole covers & architectural trim.

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Typical Composite Materials

 

1. Core of structure is molded expanded polystyrene, 1#C.F.
2. Aromatic fast cure urethane, impact resistant, hard coat finish.
3. 3" or 4" Schedule 40 PVC pipe is bonded into center of structure.
4. Steel pipe is inserted into structure on site during installation and secured with expanding polymeric resin foam.
5. Concrete footing as required by local code, post must typically extend 2' - 4' into concrete.

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Mounting:
Mounting is by "Direct Burial" method of installation. PVC post sleeves are embedded into the sign core to allow steel mounting posts to slide in place just prior to mounting. Note: Steel posts are not include
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Installation Instructions

Step 1:

Determine placement of sign and location of mounting holes.

Make sure surface is level.

Place sign down on soft surface to protect face.

Step 2:

Align galvanized steel pipes with sign.

Slowly twist pipe into sign, while spraying expandable foam around perimeter of pipe.

Repeat process for remaining pipes

Step 3:

Utilize post hole diggers or auger drill, dig two holes, depth as required.

 

Step 4:

Place steel posts into sleeves located in the bottom of sign. Spray expanding polymeric resin foam into gap around post.

 

Step 5:

Place a couple of cinder blocks or any other "spacer device" on ground beside holes.

Step 6:

Place sign onto bocks, placing posts in the holes.

Step 7:

Mix concrete according to directions on bag and pour into holes.
Remove spacer blocks and allow sign to rest on ground.

Step 8:

Level sign, clean up any debris, you're finished!

 


 

 

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Durable

All synthetic construction won't rust or rot. Polyarmour hard-coat surface is highly impact resistant. No comparison  to traditional stucco techniques. Tougher than the others.

Versatile

Add Panels, Engraved Graphics, Dimensional Graphics, Illuminated Sign Cabinets, Faux Brick Accents & Stone Veneers. Use Your Imagination.

Easy to Install

2 person crew with simple tools can handle installation of a typical 5'x10' sign without any heavy equipment.