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Exit Signs


Why The Exit Store?

The Exit Store is an industry-leading provider of emergency exit signs, emergency lighting and fixtures, specialty signs and lighting, and accessories. We have everything you need to get the job done on time and on budget.

We offer quality and cost-effective exit signs and emergency lighting at 80% retail prices. Whatever your project needs, we have the solution you’re looking for. Explore products designed for industrial, commercial, and residential buildings.

We carry emergency egress supplies meeting UL, UL, ANSI, NFPA, and OSHA regulations. Find products in compliance with New York City, Chicago or Canada building and safety codes.

Facing a tight deadline? We keep the majority of our products in-stock and ready to ship. We ship many of our orders the same day, depending on the time of day your order is placed.

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How do I test exit signs or emergency lights? Why is my exit sign buzzing? Do you ship internationally? Keeping on top of all emergency egress requirements and testing can be a challenge. But, don’t worry. We got you covered.

Search our FAQ’s and find the answers you need. You’ll uncover actionable advice and best practices for installation, testing, satisfying federal and state requirements, and more.

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Do Battery Powered Exit Signs Exist?

Unfortunately, battery powered exit signs do not exist. Per of the Life Safety Code, any sign with a battery is required to have an electrical connection to keep the battery charged in the event of a power failure.

Where does that leave you? The good news is non-electrical solutions do exist, and one of the most popular types is commonly known as a tritium exit sign. You can save time and money by installing these self-luminous signs. Tritium exit signs use a gas known as tritium (H3), which is a radioactive compound of hydrogen and provides constant illumination.

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Tritium Exit Signs