For larger handicap stalls, the 72" handicap stencil is a perfect addition to any contractor’s collection. The stencil offers flexibility and a size that can be easily seen by drivers and passersby. It meets ADA regulations and is approved for use in a parking lot that reserves several spaces for handicapped drivers. The stencil comes with two pieces that include the main handicap stencil and an extra extended leg to add width in larger stalls. The stencil is made in the USA and guarantees that it will be delivered free of any defects or impediments.
The measurements and specifications of the stencil meet industry standards and can be applied to any type of pavement. The width of the main stencil measures 63" in width and 72" in height to make a bold statement. The second piece of the stencil can be adjusted in size. The full extension of the leg can reach over 20" wide and 29" high for added size in larger stalls.
There are several material grade options available for the handicap stencil. The most common material that the stencil is made of is the ?" PRO-Grade LDPE. This material is an industry standard, and is often chosen for these stencils because it is durable, long-lasting, and cost effective. This grade allows for thousands of reuses over several years before ever showing any signs of warping or wear. The 1/16" LDPE is a similar grade, using the same material but with half the thickness. This flexible material is affordable for custom or infrequent projects, and can be used sparingly. The .030" HIPS is an ultra-thin PVC material for one-time projects, laying flat out of the box for a cost effective use. The most durable option available is the .080" ALU, a heavy aluminum grade that allows for unlimited use. It is indestructible and rigid enough to withstand preformed striping or thermoplastic extruding.