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Color-coded system helps identify pipe contents
Labels and tags aid in leak detection and wastewater treatment pipe maintenance and are used by cities and counties to identify thousands of miles of pipes, their contents, diameter and their directional flow. With the many substances used for water treatment, a standardized pipe marker color-coding system is important. Using a combination of general base colors and specific color banding, the DuraLabel Wastewater Treatment Pipe Marking Guide provides a standard color-coding system to effectively identify pipe contents.
According to the company, the release of this free guide is timely, given the following facts:
“Our pipe marking supplies can withstand chemical exposure and will perform when temperatures rise to 300°F and plunge to -40°F. Our wide format labeling systems are perfect for the high visibility identification needed on pipes as large as 12 ft in diameter,” said Steve Stephenson, chief marketing officer for Graphic Products.
To order the guide, fill out the form here.