Tactile Triangle Hazard Warning Labels
The symbol consists of a raised equilateral triangle and is normally made of a clear plastic with permanent adhesive. EU countries require that toxic, flammable, or dangerous products carry this mark. These tactile labels comply with BS EN ISO 11683: 1997.
The triangle tactile warning label was created to inform the visually impaired of products that could be considered hazardous if not used in the way they were intended.
Because these labels are embossed, the tactile triangle mark will not crack and fall off during application like some others do.
We have three stock tactile triangle sizes, but custom sized labels are also available:
0.625” x 0.625” (15.9mm x 15.9mm)
Height: 0.27″ (6.86mm)
Width: 0.30″ (7.62mm)
0.75” x 0.75” (19mm x 19mm)
Height: 0.55″ (13.97mm)
Width: 0.65″ (16.51mm)
1.00” x 1.00” (25.4mm x 25.4mm)
Height: 0.65″ (16.51mm)
Width: 0.75″ (19.05mm)
For automatic application, equipment tactile triangle labels can have registration bars printed on the liner.
Braille decals for the blind and tactile (or, raised) labels are in growing demand for today’s packaging. To meet the labeling standards for medical and pharmaceutical products and provide warnings on hazardous materials for the visually impaired, let ABLT show you how to add tactile labels or Braille labels to your existing label design without sacrificing its aesthetics.
We can also design separate tactile labels to enhance existing printed packaging.
Our Braille decals are meant for disposable packaging and are not meant to replace heavy duty Braille signage.