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Push & Pull Sign With Handle - Davis Materialworks
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  • Suitable for Wooden or Metal doors.
  • Comes with 6 nos. of screws on each side for self-mounting.


Push and Pull signs are designed to indicate the appropriate direction for door operation clearly, typically utilised for single-swing entrances or doors. These signs often feature a handle for the "Pull" side, while a plain plate typically represents the "Push" side without a handle. At Davis Materialworks, we offer a diverse range of Push and Pull signage options in Singapore. If you cannot find a suitable design or size for your project, we welcome you to explore custom design and sizing options tailored to your specific requirements.



  • Material: Stainless Steel 304.
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Size & Product Code

Overall Size: 300mm H x 80mm L

Handle Size: 150mm x 61mm D


Cost is for 1 Set (Pull & Push Plate)


$39 per set

Size & Product Code

Custom size and shape are available with bulk order only.



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  • Prices quoted are NETT prices, with No additional GST.
  • Price excludes delivery.
  • FOC delivery for $500 order above.
  • Lead time will be advised after order confirmation.


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Push and pull signs with handles are a ubiquitous sight in our daily lives, often taken for granted as we navigate through doorways. These seemingly simple signs serve a crucial purpose in ensuring safety, efficiency, and ease of access in various public and private spaces. In this article, we'll delve into the reasons behind their widespread use, their importance, and the rationale behind the absence of handles on doors with push signs.


The Purpose of Push and Pull Signs with Handles

  1. Safety: One of the primary reasons for using push and pull signs with handles on doors is to ensure safety. When people understand whether they need to push or pull a door, they are less likely to cause accidents or injuries by applying force in the wrong direction. This is particularly important in high-traffic areas or during emergencies when quick and safe access to a location is vital.

  2. Efficiency: Push and pull signs with handles also contribute to efficiency. By providing clear instructions on how to operate a door, these signs minimise the time it takes for people to enter or exit a building, ultimately reducing congestion and improving the flow of foot traffic. This is especially beneficial in busy commercial or public spaces, such as malls, airports, or train stations.

  3. Accessibility: Another reason for incorporating push and pull signs with handles on doors is to promote accessibility. By displaying clear instructions on door operation, these signs assist individuals with visual impairments or cognitive disabilities easily navigate their surroundings.


The Importance of Having Push and Pull Signs with Handles on Doors

Universal Design: Push and pull signs with handles cater to a universal design, which promotes the creation of products and environments that can be used by all people, regardless of age, ability, or status. By implementing such signs, businesses and public spaces demonstrate their commitment to inclusivity and equal access for everyone.


Compliance with Regulations: In many countries, local building codes or accessibility laws require the use of push-and-pull signs on doors. By installing these signs, businesses and public spaces can avoid potential fines or penalties for non-compliance while also promoting safety and efficiency.


Brand Image: Push and pull signs with handles can also contribute to a positive brand image for businesses. By prioritising safety, efficiency, and accessibility, companies can demonstrate their commitment to customer satisfaction and social responsibility.


Why Push Signs Don't Have Handles

Doors with push signs typically do not have handles, as they are designed for ease of use and to minimise contact points. Handles on push doors can create confusion, as individuals may instinctively attempt to pull the handle, resulting in the door not opening or causing injury. By omitting the handle, doors with push signs promote a clear, unambiguous mode of operation. Additionally, this design reduces the number of surfaces people touch, potentially lowering the spread of germs in public spaces.



Push and pull signs with handles play a vital role in promoting safety, efficiency, and accessibility in our daily lives. By ensuring that doors are equipped with these signs and properly designed, businesses and public spaces can enhance the user experience and demonstrate their commitment to inclusivity and social responsibility.

To upgrade your doors with high-quality push and pull signs with handles, look no further than Davis Materialworks. You can purchase these essential items directly from us, or you can ask your contractors to source them on your behalf. By choosing Davis Materialworks, you're not only investing in superior products but also supporting a company dedicated to promoting safety, efficiency, and accessibility in our communities.

Don't miss this opportunity to elevate the functionality and user experience of your space. Contact Davis Materialworks today to purchase your push-and-pull signs with handles, and let your doors make a lasting impression on all who pass through them.

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