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  1. Energy Conservation and Safety

  2. Willis is a progressive, forward thinking company whose goals are to conserve energy and save lives. Willis has partnered with Lumonall to create a safer environment for all buildings and for the people inside these buildings

  3. Who is Lumonall • Lumonall, Inc. is a global supplier of innovative PhotoLuminescent (PLM) products, with a current concentration on Exit, Safety Signs and Safety Way Guidance Systems (SWGS). • A supplier of 'green' products and solutions, Lumonall concentrates first and foremost on Safety, Environmental issues and Cost savings. Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  4. Who is Lumonall • The company leverages nearly 20 years of innovation and development in manufacturing, PhotoLuminescent technology, and safety products. • Using the company's proprietary PLM formulation, Lumonall intends to internationally market low cost, High Performance PhotoLuminescent Exit Signs and Safety Way Guidance Systems. • The company's PLM formulation meets all current building code standards. Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  5. About Our Products • Lumonall (formally Prolink) is internationally recognized as market leader in PhotoLuminescent Materials (PLM) • Materials are non-toxic, non-radioactive, fire resistant and natural • This product absorbs and retains any ambient light, and glows for hours after light is removed • Lumonall has installed the majority of cruise ships in the European market with both Exit, Safety Signs and SWGS (Safety Way Guidance Systems) Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  6. Safety Way Guidance Systems (SWGS) • SWGS are PhotoLuminescent markings placed in egress • paths to aide ones ability to exit a building in case of any • emergency (blackouts/brownouts, fire,smoke ect). • As PLM is not dependent on an external power • source, it will always work! • Through the consistent and uniform international application of common SWGS design principles, persons in all countries will be better able to recognize and • follow the directional information provided by such systems, • limiting possible confusion or any behavior which may • hamper safe evacuation from occupied areas. • Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 • www.4willis.com

  7. Safety Way Guidance Systems (SWGS) • As an additional benefit, a standardized SWGS will assist fire fighters and other rescue teams to evacuate occupied areas during emergency situations • In order to communicate SWGS information efficiently across language barriers, graphical symbols are incorporated conforming • to ISO standards. Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  8. PhotoLuminescent (PLM) Exit Signs Normal Conditions Emergency Conditions Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  9. PhotoLuminescent (PLM) Exit Signs • Most cost effective solution for new construction and retrofit Exit Signs – see reference material • Requires no wiring, electricity, battery or maintenance • Absorbs and stores energy from any ambient light source • 100 % reliable 24/7/365 • Environmentally Green, non toxic, non radioactive, non flammable and non explosive – see reference material • Easily installed Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  10. Codes and Standards • For more detailed information on the following codes and standards please visit the Willis classroom at www.willisclassroom.com or www.4willis.com Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  11. Codes and Standards Met or Exceeded Canadian Construction Materials Certification (CCMC) Ministers Ruling (BMEC Ontario) Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  12. Codes and Standards Met or Exceeded ULC – Canadian Standard for Safety Emergency Lighting UL 924 – Standard for Safety Emergency Lighting UL 1994 – Standard for L.L Path Markings and Lighting Systems UL 410 – Standard for Slip Resistance for Floor Materials Energy Star Canada Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  13. Codes and Standards Met or Exceeded MEA/New York Bylaw 26 ASTM E 2073-00 - Luminance ASTM D 1242-95A – Washability ASTM 162 – Surface Flammability ASTM D 635-03 – Horizontal Burn Rate ASTM D 6348-2004 – Radioactivity Bombardier SMP 800C - Toxicity F.R.A. (Federal Railway Association.) A.P.T.A. (American Public Trans. Association.) Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  14. Codes and Standards Met or Exceeded National Fire Prevention Assoc- Life Safety Code 101 Life Safety Code 101B 5000 Building Construction & Safety Code Markings of Egress 7.10 Exits 7.10-1.2 Floor Proximity Exit Signs 7.10-1.5 Floor Proximity Egress Path Markings 7.10-1.5 Directional Signs 7.10-2 PhotoLuminescent Exit Signs 7.10-7.2 & A7.10-7.2 Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  15. Codes and Standards Met or Exceeded 2000 International Bldg. Code 1999 BOCA Nat. Bldg. Code 1999 Standard Bldg. Code 1997 Uniform Bldg. Code ICBO (International Conference of Building Officials) A.N.S.I. (American National Standards Institute) 60598-2-22 Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  16. Codes and Standards Met or Exceeded 1998 California Bldg. Code – High level & Low level exit sign regulations 1211 – Means of Egress Illumination 1211 – Means of Egress Identification 3214 – Exit Signs 4110 - Exit Illumination 4111 – Exit Signs 1007.2.8 – Floor Level 1007.3.12/ 5.13/ 6.3 – Exit Signs Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  17. Codes and Standards Met or Exceeded D.I.N.67510 (DIN Deutsches Institut für Normung e. V.) 53438 – Flammability 53387-1-D-X – Weathering Measurement 53387-Z-F – Radiation Measurement 50021-SS – Salt Spray Test – Resistance Measurement 74069-ph 6.2.3 – Chemical Resistance Measurement (Petrol) 30646-ph 4.6 – Liquid Submergence Measurement (Lye) 30646 – Holding Strength Measurement (PSA Tensil Test) Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  18. Codes and Standards Met or Exceeded International Standards Organization 16069 – Graphical Symbols – SWGS & Signs 15370 – Lower Level Lighting on Passenger Ships 3864 – Safety Colours and Safety Signs 6309 – Fire Protection – Safety Signs IMO International Maritime Organization) A.752 (18) – Guidelines for L.L.L on Passenger Ships MSC.61 (67) – International Code fro Application of Fire Test Procedures MSC 57 (67) – Amendments for Safety of Life at Sea Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  19. Codes and Standards Met or Exceeded A.S.T.M. (American Society for Testing and Materials) ASTM E 2030-99 – Recommended uses for PLM Safety Markings ASTM E 2072-00 – Standard Specifications for PLM ASTM E 2073-00 – Standard Test of Photopic Luminance of PLM ASTM D 1654-92 – Standard Test to Evaluate Corrosive Effect ASTM D 4828-94 – Standard Test for Washabilty and Effect ASTM D 1242-95A – Standard Test for Abrasion ASTM 162 – Surface Flammability using a Radiant Head Energy Source ASTM 648 – Critical Radiant Flux ASTM 662 – Specific Optical Density of Smoke Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  20. Q. & A. • Q. Why use PLM Exit Signs? • Safety, Energy Conservation, Green, Financial Savings • Q. Are these Exit Signs allowed to be used? • YES, our Exit Signs are compliant with all North American building codes. • Q. How much money can be saved by using these Exit Signs? • Dependant upon number of signs… See Scenario’s. and the Willis Classroom for more details Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  21. Q. & A. • Q. We looked at this technology years ago, are these signs toxic? • The Exit Signs and the entire product line is 100% NON-TOXIC. • Q. What about Installation • The Exit Signs are easy to install, whether in a new building or retrofit scenario. The beauty of new construction, is that you do not require wiring ,conduit or independent breakers to the location of Exit Signs. • Q. What are the lighting requirements?? • 54 lux (5 foot candles) of ambient light is required on the face of the Exit Sign while the building is occupied Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  22. Q. & A. • Q. What about our current Emergency Back Up Lights? • Keep these in place, as they add to your Safety. • however the Exit Signs will glow in the event of a fire or blackout and are not dependent on a power source. • Q. What are Low Level Exit Signs? • As building and fire codes continue to improve new legislation is on the table to have low level signage (LLS) mandatory in buildings, the reasoning behind this is smoke rises and could obscure the traditional signage. Having the additional LLS will only improve the means of egress. Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  23. Q. & A. • Q. Are these materials the same as the “glow in the dark” we’ve seen in the past? • No! Past materials were zinc sulphide and in some cases were toxic and even radioactive with a very short “glow” duration. Our proprietary formula can glow for hours upon hours. • Q. Are their disposal issue with these signs? • No..PLM Exit Signs are the only technology where disposal is not a concern. Other Exit Signs have electronic components or compact fluorescent bulbs (containing mercury).

  24. Reference Examples 100 Incandescent Units • Currently you pay $ 554 per month in energy costs for 100 units • As Lumonall Exit Signs have a minimum life expectancy of 25 years your savings is $166,200. 500 Incandescent Units • Monthly energy costs $2,770 • 25 year savings of $831,000 1000 Incandescent Units • Monthly energy costs $5,540 • 25 year savings of $1,662,000 (Source oee.nrcan.gc.ca/energystar/english/consumers/light_facts.cfm?attr=4) Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com

  25. Reference Documents Department of Energy – February 5th, 2005 www.eere.energy.gov/femp/pdfs/exitsign.pdf Buildings. Com November, 2006 www.buildings.com/Articles/detailBuildings.asp?ArticleID=3423 The Toronto Star – April 19th, 2007 www.thestar.com/article/204855 IAEEL newsletter 3/93 – A Grace Full Exit Willis ~ the name you have trusted since 1967 www.4willis.com