When the lights go out, ours go on.™


The year 2000 brought photoluminescent systems to the forefront for emergency light and escape path marking. JALITE Photoluminescent systems offer the unique solution to failsafe emergency light and emergency exit signs under any formal risk assessment.

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Why choose Jalite ?

A British family owned company with the highest standards and quality in photoluminescent fire safety signs. We pride ourselves on providing you as our valued authorised distributor with continued support for you and your customers. Our customer services team are only a phone call or email away to advise you and assist you.

  • Trust

    • Established in 1983
    • Family-owned
    • Made in Britain
    • Fast delivery and lead times
  • Service

    • UK based customer services team
    • Technical support for BSI and ISO info.
    • Marketing and Literature resources
  • Conformance

    • 40 years of knowledge of Standards
    • In house research and development
    • Quality fire safety signs
  • Performance

    • Market leading photoluminescent material
    • Class C+ luminance performance
    • Rigid and vinyl photoluminescent material
  • Compliance

    • BS EN ISO 7010:2020
    • BS 5499-4:2013
    • DIN 67 510 Part 1:2009
    • DIN 67 510 Part 4: 2008

Lives depend on how you do your job! Let's do it right and save lives together ! Great solutions for your product needs and outstanding service for all our distributors, your success and our success!

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JALITE are committed to keeping our customers informed with all the pertinent news and updates to Legislation, British and International Standards, guidance, special offers and much more. Find these updates below.

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The Hidden Cost of Exit Sign Vandalism

The Hidden Cost of Exit Sign Vandalism

Unfortunately EXIT Signs can be subject to being repeatedly damaged and purchasing a replacement and hiring an electrician to install makes it an extremely costly affair. Brown University reported Exit signs vandals have cost them over $30,000 a year in replacing damaged Exit signs. They are not alone with many universities reporting similar frustrations having to replace broken signs and deal with the safety hazard of having to ensure all signs are functioning.  Just have a look at how some students proudly demonstrate their abilities on youtube. Even with sturdy guards in place exit signs can still be damaged, at which point the extra protection may serve to make maintenance more difficult, time consuming, and more costly to replace both the exit sign and protection. JALITE Non-electrical UL Listed Exit signs, are an easy way to comply with code requirements to identify the exit, in both normal and emergency conditions, yet are for more difficult to damage, and don’t require an electrician to install if required. If your facility suffers from vandals and you want information about how our non-electrical exit signs can reduce vandalism at your location, contact us today

How Can You Keep First Responders Safe?

How Can You Keep First Responders Safe?

Words cannot express the importance of first responders. Every day over half a million calls are made to 9-1-1, calls which often bring first responders into action. Employees calling in an emergency at the workplace know the layout of the building, but it is more often the responders first time at the location. It is the responsibility of a business owner to ensure the safety of not only everyday occupants of the building, but also first responder in the event of an emergency. Communicating hazards is key to the safety of both workers and first responders. “Put Yourself in Our Boots” is a campaign that emphasizes how crucial it is that business owners create a safe work environment. Their videos portray how treacherous a lack of communication can be for first responders, most of who are already being placed under deadly circumstances. Traditional safety signs don’t communicate their message very well in an emergency. One way to keep first responders safe, is to communicate safety hazards in your facility using Jalite photoluminescent safety signs. When the lights go out, ours go on.™ For more information on a distributor near you send us an email.

Restaurant Fires: Confinement is Key to Prevention

Restaurant Fires: Confinement is Key to Prevention

Every year, over 5,900 restaurant fires occur in the US alone. 57% of restaurant fires are confined and result in minimal injuries and damage, while 43% are nonconfined fires that are able to burn out of control. Infamous fires such as the Cocoanut Grove and the Station Nightclub became nonconfined fires when staff and/or patrons were unable to extinguish the fire before it spread. According to FireEngineering.com, had occupants been able to find fire extinguishers during that night at the Station Nightclub, the loss of life would have been far less than what occurred. The best way to prevent damage and loss of life in a restaurant fire is early detection and confining the fire before it spreads. This allows employees and patrons a chance to get out safely. While most restaurants in the US have readily available fire extinguishers, but most occupants are not aware of the location of the devices; rendering them useless. JALITE photoluminescent safety signs will allows anyone to find a fire extinguisher even in the darkest and smokiest conditions, giving them time to get out of danger. Visit our website or email us to find out more today!

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About us

JALITE has been in business since 1983 with the brand JALITE and we are proud to be the pioneers of all the main applications for photoluminescent 'See in the Dark' safety products. 

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Over 109 countries

Jalite products have been developed and supplied to over 100 countries in the world and often with safety messages in the local language or with dual language.

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