The Pipe Marking Compliance

There are a number of decisions you will need to make: pipe mark design, marker size, deciding on the best pipe marker color for your application needs in addition to determining the number of markers necessary to allow for suitable marker visibility.

There are many different pipe markers available to suit your different application requirements? Self-Adhesive Markers are vinyl pipe markers which are so simple to install, just peel the back layer off and stick directly on the pipe.

These markers are acceptable for indoor or outdoor pipes which are clean and dry. Snap-Around Markers save you time on installation as you don’t need to clean out the pipes until you “snap” them on. Apart from this, Get more additional info about Stainless Steel 316/316L Pipe Fitting (which is also known as “ท่อสแตนเลส 316 / 316L” in the Thai language) by visiting on online websites.

 

 

These pipe markers are best for dirty, oily, greasy and rough-surfaced pipes, inside or out. High-Performance Markers are markers which are specially designed to withstand the harsh outdoor environments.

These pipe markers withstand abrasion, chemicals, higher humidity and outside weather and are best for dirty, oily, oily and rough-surfaced pipes such as stainless steel.

The other recommendation from the A13.1-2007 standard for Identification of Piping Systems focuses on what size mark you need to use. The standard makes recommendations concerning the size of letter height and duration of the color field for all pipe markers, depending on the pipe diameter.

For pipes ranging from 3/4″ to 1.25″ in diameter, they need a mark with a letter size of 1/2″ and the colour field length should be 8″. Bigger pipes which are 1.5″ to 2″ in diameter need a mark with a letter size of 3/4″ and the colour field length should also be 8″. Plumbing with a 2.5″ to 6″ diameter should use a mark using the letter size of 1.25″ and the colour field length shall be 12″. 8″ to 10″ diameter pipes must use a pipe mark with letters that are 2-1/2″ and the period of color field of the mark should be 24″.

For larger pipes with a diameter of 10″ and over, the pipe mark letter size must be 3 1/2″ while the period of the color area on the mark should be 32″.