The continuous manifestation motifs are manufactured from high quality self-adhesive raw materials specifically designed for the glass and glazing industry.
Our range of printed continuous motifs have been designed for clients who want something different from the standard unprinted motifs.
We offer no less than 17 unique designs incorporating a mix of traditional and modern motif images.
Printed in white & CMYK and supplied in 50m rolls that deliver exceptional value for money.
Rolls can easily be cut and applied to any length quickly and cost effectively.
Each design delivers a repeated print message on a 75mm high frosted stock to ensure you achieve a minimum 30% luminance contrast to satisfy AS1428.1.
Guru Labels Motifs have been engineered to stand the test of time. We have done our homework incorporating superior adhesives that are sure to stick around and outlast the competition.
Supplied in easy to use 50 metre rolls that represent exceptional value for money. Rolls can be cut and applied to any length quickly and cost effectively.
We offer 17 standard designs available in white and or frosted finishes.
Minimum order quantity (MOQ) is 1 roll per type, however multiple types of the range can be ordered at the same time.
These items will be shipped inside 10 working days from receipt of confirmed order.
Motifs for buildings that have disabled access have different requirements to normal housing. These requirements are set out in AS1428.1.
Visual indicators on glazing Where there is no chair rail, handrail or transom, all frameless or fully glazed doors, sidelights, including any glazing capable of being mistaken for a doorway or opening, shall be clearly marked for their full width with a solid contrasting line. The contrasting line shall be not less than 75mm wide and shall extend across the full width of the glazing panel. The lower edge of the contrasting line shall be located between 900mm and 1000mm above the plane of the finished floor level. Any contrasting line on the glazing shall provide a minimum of 30% luminance contrast when viewed against the floor surface or surfaces within 2m of the glazing on the opposite side.