Jessup Manufacturing Introduces Eco-Friendly Emergency Exit Lighting for Commercial Use

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Jessup Manufacturing, through, introduces an eco-friendly line of photo luminescent signs for building use.

Glo Brite® Systems, a Jessup Manufacturing Company brand, introduces an innovative lighting solution for all buildings. The Glo Brite® Eco Exit™ signs are being introduced as a solution for supermarkets, offices, retailers, and other building owners to become more eco-friendly.

The new Glo Brite® Eco Exit™ line offers exit safety signs that use no electricity to operate, no wiring, bulbs or batteries to replace and require no maintenance for 25 years or more. The signs are also free of all toxic and radioactive materials. The Glo Brite® Eco Exit™ signs do not emit radiation and require no special disposal system, unlike other exit signs (tritium self luminescent exit signs) which emit toxic levels of radiation, calling for particular handling and disposal. These signs are the only photo luminescent exit signs made in the United States and they are recyclable.

"Ecologically, there's nothing more green. Economically, they have no maintenance or electrical costs," says Al Carlson, vice president of marketing. "With no wiring to run, bulbs and batteries to replace or radioactive properties to manage, our new Glo Brite® Eco Exit™ line offers the easiest to install, least expensive and most ecologically friendly exit signs on the market today."

Glo Brite® Systems provides photo luminescent products for emergency exits, evacuations and building safety. To learn more about industrial, lodging and multi-housing safety products, pricing and details please visit

Jessup Manufacturing Company is based in McHenry, IL and is a leader in providing cutting edge solutions for Exit signs, non slop solutions, mounting solutions and photo luminescent products. To learn more about this company, please visit

2815 West Route 120 McHenry, IL 60051
Phone: 815.385.6650
Fax: 815.385.0079
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