Coo-Var Vandalene Deterrent Signs
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Coo-Var Vandalene Deterrent Signs

COO1002

Coo-Var Vandalene Deterrent Signs are an excellent way to deter potential intruders from attempting to gain access. The signs clearly show that Vandalene is being used on the premises to make climbing and gaining access via illegal means extremely difficult.

  • Excellent deterrent
  • Easy and economic to display
  • Available in A4 or A5 sizes

Vandalene products also stains clothes and skin and contains a identification ink which can be detected by the police for weeks after the incident.

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£8.67
VAT excluded

£10.41 Tax incl.
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Description

Coo-Var Vandalene Deterrent Signs are an excellent way to deter potential intruders from attempting to gain access. The signs clearly show that Vandalene is being used on the premises to make climbing and gaining access via illegal means extremely difficult. Vandalene also stains clothes and skin and contains a identification ink which can be detected by the police for weeks after the incident.

  • Excellent deterrent
  • Easy and economic to display
  • Available in A4 or A5 sizes

Please contact Rawlins Paints' Technical Support Team on 0113 2455450 for more information.

Product Details
COO1002

Data sheet

Manufacturer
Coo-Var
Interior / Exterior Use
Interior & Exterior

questions David Gordon on 2019-05-12 13:44:32
Question: 

Are these deterrent signs sold plastic or are they a laminated sheet of paper?

Answer: 

Laminated paper.

questions ruby on 2018-05-10 14:30:10
Question: 

hi i would like to know how can i stick these signs on brick wall.

Answer: 

Double sided tape should be more than sufficient.

questions Paul Kidd on 2017-06-23 14:50:36
Question: What are the rules for signs and using anti climb paint?Do we have to use signs? If so how many should we place on about 1.5km of fencing?
Answer: 

There is a moral obligation rather than a legal requirement to use signs. Coo-Var Vandalene should not be applied at a level that is accidentally accessible. Signs should be placed at locations where they can be seen and typically where ingress is expected or occurred. The distance between signs is difficult to define, but on a long straight fence they should be within eyesight of each other.

questions Simon McMorran on 2016-05-03 12:19:50
Question: Hi. Are the coo-var anti climb paint signs plastic or metal, as I need to be able to fix them to the railings in question!
Answer: 

They are plastic.

  

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