- Can withstand temperatures from -40° to +70°C
- Two widths and seven colours available
- Call us for custom options
According to the Health and Safety (Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 which cover the use of proper signage to protect workplace health and safety, the identifying and labelling of pipework is considered important and prudent. This is particularly true of places within your work environment where staff or others could likely become exposed to the contents of your pipes, helping people to understand the nature of its contents through colour coding so they can take the right precautions. The 92/58 EEC Pipe Marking Directive - the European standard on labelling pipes for safety - provides guidance on the use of standardised colours to identify the contents of pipework so that the risks themselves can also be identified and managed.
These durable, hard-wearing pipe marking tapes are there to help you fulfil your legal obligations to protect the health and safety of your workplace, as well as helping to reduce the risk of accidents and injury caused by chemical exposure, explosion, burns and more. Made from vinyl which has been laminated over with a polypropylene film, they are tough and strong, offering excellent durability and protection so you can have peace of mind knowing that once they're attached, they'll stay for as long as you need them, whatever the conditions. Capable of withstanding huge extremes in temperature (from -40° to +70°C), they're the ideal industrial solution for a wide range of different types of pipes in a huge variety of contexts. Choose between two sizes (50 x 333mm or 150 x 33m) of roll so you can tailor the width to your pipework.
Sometimes, only a custom solution will do. Simply call us for a quote on 0800 13 23 23 or email email@example.com and we'll do our best to help.
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