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Insert, text: upper and lower case Helvetica regular, 9 mm ( 3/8") capital letter height,
The insert message area will accommodate 15 lines with a maximum length of 35 tiles or
characters per line.
Figure 11.7. Floor Directory Sign Type AA3 Layouts.
11.13. Office Identification Signs Types BB1, BB2, BB3 and BB4.
11.13.1. Usage. There are four types of office identification signs. The Type BB1 sign is used to
identify a major office or area in a building (such as a wing or annex). The Type BB2 and Type
BB3 signs are used for all other designated offices. The room number sign, Type BB4, is used to
identify a secondary office entrance or a room with no designated function. 11.13.2. Description.
The Type BB2 sign is a wall mounted sign, and is preferred to the Type BB3 projecting sign
because it is easier to fabricate and maintain, but both types may be used. Each sign consists of a
permanent header panel with the room number, wing, or annex designation plus an insert panel
which identifies the occupant. The insert panel is a clear sleeve which will accept a paper or
plastic insert with the name of the occupant. The Type BB4 sign consists of a header panel only,
with no insert panel. It should be positioned at the same height from the floor as the Type BB2
sign. (See Figure 11.8)
11.13.3. Office Identification Sign Type BB1 Layout.