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Gregory Steinman

Gregory Steinman is a technical liaison engineer for Thomas & Betts Corporation based in Memphis, Tennessee. He holds a bachelor of engineering degree from the University of Mississippi. He is a member of NEMA Section 2EM, Emergency Lighting and is a principle member of NEC code-making panel 5 representing NEMA.


Photoluminescent Exit Signs

Photoluminescent signs are no longer considered supplementary means of egress for today’s buildings; they are relied upon as the main means of egress lighting in the form of exit signs. Photoluminescent signs are glow-in-the-dark products that rely on an external light source for "charging.”