Because of our constant concern for innovation, our extensive experience in the design and use of new technologies, Implaser has created a department exclusively dedicated to Accessibility.
At Implaser we are manufacturers, which allows us to expand our range of products, creating them or improving existing ones. We continue to focus on quality, with our signs being the first to obtain the prestigious international DIGA certification (Indicative Sign of Accessibility Degree), which places us, once again, at the forefront of the sector.
Magnetic induction loops
System that transform a microphone’s sound signal into a clean and powerful audio for wireless listening with hearing aids.
We have several solutions to adapt both to the different needs of the customer, as well as your space-purposing (loops for desktops, countertops or rooms).
Simple, affordable solutions to introduce a podotactile guidance system on the floor without the need to carry out civil works, thus helping the visually impaired.
- Boarding and disembarking of stairs and ramps.
- Decision making points.
- Presence of elements of interest, such as information points, elevators, etc.
- Location of visual-tactile elements on vertical walls.
Directories and situation drawings, locator and accessibility maps
Contrast, embossed and braille layouts that serve to communicate with people with reduced vision the location and disposition of fixed elements of interest in a given area, give instructions for use and location, as well as guidance in case of a building evacuation.
EVAC + CHAIR evacuation chair
Folding chair for the evacuation of people, with temporary or permanent physical disability, in buildings whose evacuation route includes stairs, corridors or aisleways.
Other accessibility products
With the advance of technology, new products and services have emerged that facilitate the development of innovative techniques. Achieving total accessibility to improve people’s lives must be a common goal to eliminate the frustration of those facing this challenge.
Photoluminescent podotactile tile
Thanks to research projects and collaboration with innovative companies, Implaser has managed to bring podotactile and photoluminescent tile to the market, a fully ceramic tile to mark out platform edges at stations.
Among its many characteristics is its remarkable Class A luminescence according to UNE 23035/4: 2003 and its Class 2 anti-slip properties according to CTE.
An ischiatic support is a piece of furniture designed to facilitate waiting times of people with mobility problems, allowing a semi-seated position and helping the user to get back up to a standing position.
Loops or Induction Loops allow those with hearing aids to capture sounds clearly through a magnetic field. These loops are prepared for universal use in terms of reception, regardless of their brand.
These panels provide general information for all types of users and their high-contrast color design make them perfectly legible, especially for those with reduced vision. Also, having high-relief graphics and signs written in braille make them understandable for people with blindness.
Evacuation plans and embossed, braille signage
Photoluminescent signage with embossed braille for universal communication.
This type of printing can be made on any material, whether rigid or flexible such as PVC, Glaspack, Aluminiio, Aluminum Sandwich, Photoluminescent, etc.
Routing for the blind, designed for easy installation, consists of a high-strength plastic material with a heavy-duty adhesive and a non-slip surface.
Emergency warning for the deaf
It offers a wireless solution that is placed under the pillow to communicate a fire alarm to deaf individuals or those with hearing problems while they are asleep.
Accessible door closure
Wireless solution that allows automatic closing of fire doors when the fire alarm is activated. It cuts resistance of heavy fire doors, allowing easier access.
These are contrast, high relief and braille layouts, which serve to communicate the location and disposition of the fixed elements of a specific enclosure to people with reduced visibility, for example, the placement of the different departments in a commercial area.