ASME Standard for Pipe Identification

Unmarked pipes are dangerous. Prevent injuries.  Don’t endanger outside agencies when called in case of emergencies.  ASME (ANSI) Standard A13.1-1996

The ASME (ANSI) Standard for pipe identification is a widely used guideline in determining pipe identification requirements.  The purpose of the standard is to “assist in identification of hazardous materials conveyed in piping systems and their hazards when released into the environment.” Pipes are defined as conduits for the transport of gases, liquids, semi-liquids or fine particulate dust.

All pipe markers shown comply with the Current ASME Standard.



Snap-Around Pipe Markers

Conforms to ANSI A13.1-1996 standard for pipe identifications. Precoiled markers snap in place; no tape or adhesives necessary. Ideal for dirty, oily, greasy or rough surfaces. Arrows included on every marker to indicate flow direction.

Note: For larger pipes 6” or larger, markers “strap around” with FREE nylon ties.

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