The 24" LOADING stencil is a common stencil that adds benefit and usefulness to any contractor’s collection. Beginner and veteran stripers alike can use this stencil for a variety of large or small projects. Typically, it is used to designate loading areas for trucks or forklifts, and is often seen in most warehouses and construction sites. It can be paired with other industry standard signs such as “ZONE" and “ONLY" for added clarity. It is small enough to fit in a parking stall or in a designated driveway. This stencil is made in the USA and offers a warranty that guarantees that it will be free of any impediments or defects.
The measurements and specifications of this stencil comply with industry standards and are fit for use in most parking lots and working zones. When painted, the stencil measures 89" wide by 24" high for easy readability. The material itself measures 95" wide by 30" high, adding several inches of space on each side to allow for overspray. The stencil is printed on a single sheet for ease of application, cleanup, and transportation.
There are four material grade options available for the make of your stencils. For heavy-duty and long term use, choose the .080 ALU as the most durable option. This rigid 5052 aluminum will last forever and can endure any type of job or project. It is also good for thermoplastic extruding. The ?" PRO-Grade LDPE is the most commonly used material for this type of stencil, and is an industry standard. It is recommended by professionals as it can withstand thousands of reuses over several years before ever showing signs of wear or tear. The 1/16" LDPE is the counterpart to the PRO-Grade, but with half the thickness for added flexibility. This material grade is good for infrequent uses. The .030" HIPS is the thinnest option available, offering an ultra-flexible fit for a custom or one-time job.