Direct-me represents a new generation of fingerpost systems.
An engineered product, Direct-me is constructed from robust aluminium extrusions. Each Direct-me collar has eight fixing positions and five collars that can be stacked on top of each other. This makes Direct-me more than flexible enough to meet any wayfinding requirements.
What makes Direct-me unique, is the octagonal telescopic spline that holds the collars in position. This can be raised or lowered to add or remove collars, without re-engineering on site. Direct-me posts, collars and finials are supplied finished in tough, anodised aluminium as standard or can be painted or polyester powder-coated in any RAL colour.
Direct-me fingers are very strong box section extrusions that can be painted or polyester powder-coated in any RAL colour. Graphics can be CNC cut vinyl, silkscreen printed or direct to media digital prints.
Direct-me is suitable for town centres, business parks, hospital or university campuses or anywhere that pedestrians need directions and is designed to compliment the Designate monolith system to provide a complete wayfinding solution.
Direct-me traditional looking fingerpost.
Direct-me collar assembly
Direct-me fingerpost in saltwater conditions
Direct-me on campus grounds
Direct-me fingerpost in town centre
Direct-me fingerpost with a traditional appearance.
Direct-me translucent cast acrylic finial with internal water ripple effect.