480 Volts Wrap-Around Marker
Item #
V539
Wrap Around Marker Reads
480 Volts
Compliance
ECCN Certification

480 Volts Wrap-Around Marker

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$7.20
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This 480 Volts Wrap-Around Marker uses informational messages for safety identification and compliance. A 480 Volts Wrap-Around Marker is a useful device to help protect the health and safety of personnel, but is not an alternative for required protective measures for eliminating or abating hazards.

Compliance

Snap-Around and Strap-On Pipe Markers

These markers are made with high-quality PVC vinyl and printed with UV-resistant ink for maximum durability and are available in two formats: snap-around (coiled) and strap-on (flat markers supplied with holes and 2 nylon ties).

Styles AA through E (snap-around) are simply uncoiled by hand and automatically recoil around the pipe for a secure fit. Styles F, G, and H (strap-on) include nylon ties to secure the marker around pipes with diameters from 6 1/8″ to 10″+. For pipes larger than 14″ in diameter order additional nylon ties.

  • These Markers are available in formats: Coiled (snap-around) and flat with holes (strap-on).
  • For pipe diameters up to 6″, use snap-around markers (styles AA, A, B, C, D, E); these markers are simply uncoiled by hand and automatically recoil around the pipe.
  • For pipe diameters larger than 6″, use strap-on markers (styles F, G, H); these markers are installed using nylon ties (included with purchase) or stainless steel strapping.
  • Advantages of snap-around and strap-on pipe markers: No pipe preparation, 360° visibility, speed of installation, arrows included and overall better appearance.
Durability
4 to 5 years
Service Temp
-40 °F to 160 °F (-40 °C to 71 °C)
Minimum Application Temp
None
Surface Prep
None
Spec Compliance
ANSI / ASME A13.1 2020
  • Snap-Around and Strap-On Pipe Marker Sizes

Marker Size, Letter Height & Max. Characters Per Marker

The following shows the recommended pipe marker letter height and marker size based on the outside pipe diameter of the pipe to be identified. For pipes smaller than 3/4" and for valve identification, the use of a permanent legible tag is recommended.

  • Snap-Around and Strap-On Pipe Marker Sizes

ANSI / ASME Size Table

  • Size AA A B C D E F G H
    Pipe O.D. 3/8″ to 1/2″ 3/4″
    to 1″
    1-1/8″
    to 2-3/8″
    2-1/2″
    to 3-1/4″
    3-3/8″
    to 4-1/2″
    4-5/8″
    to 6″
    6-1/8″
    to 7-7/8″
    8″ to 10″ over 10″
    Marker Length 3″ 8″ 8″ 12″ 12″ 12″ 12″ 24″ 32″
    Letter Size 0.25″ 0.50″ 0.75″ 1.3″ 1.3″ 1.3″ 1.3″ 2.5″ 3.5″
    Character Limits 20 22 18 22 22 22 22 22 16

* Size selection MUST include insulation thickness / Size F ships with two 36" long ties and sizes G and H ship with two 48" long nylon ties.


Latest Revision ANSI / ASME A13.1

ANSI / ASME is the most common pipe identification standard used in the United States. The standard specifies the primary and secondary means of identifying pipe content, as well as the size, color and placement of the identification device.

1. Primary Identification

The legend (name of pipe content) and directional flow arrow remain the primary means of identifying pipe content. The size and placement of the marker and arrow has not changed. See ANSI / ASME size table and installation recommendations for details.

Legends should use arrows to indicate the direction of flow, where flow can be in both directions, arrows in both directions should be displayed. Contents should be identified by a legend with sufficient additional details such as temperature, pressure, etc. Legends should be brief, informative, pointed, and simple for greatest effectiveness.

  • Marker illustration

1.1 Additional Means of Identification ASME A13.1

ASME A13.1 incorporated the GHS pictograms into the 2015 revision and has recommended their use as part of the legend.

"The applicable GHS pictograms as illustrated in Fig.1 may be included as part of the legend. Where piping is connected to containers that are labeled in accordance with GHS requirements, a corresponding label on the piping may be provided. The corresponding label should contain at least the product name or identifier, the pictogram, the signal word, and the physical, health, and environmental hazard statements."

  • GHS Pictogram
Fig.1

2. Secondary Identification

ASME A13.1 4.2 Color: "Color should be used to identify the characteristic hazards of the contents. Color should be displayed on, or contiguous to, the piping by any physical means, but its use shall be used in combination with a legend. Color may be used in continuous, total-length coverage or in intermittent displays. Colors preceded by the word "Safety" shall meet the requirements of ANSI / NEMA Z535.1"

  • FLUID SERVICE COLOR COMBINATIONS
    Fire Quenching Fluids

    Safety Red Background / White Legend

    Toxic & Corrosive Fluids

    Safety Orange Background/ Black Legend

    Flammable & Oxidizing Fluids

    Safety YellowBackground / Black Legend

    Combustible Fluids

    Safety Brown Background /White Legend

    Potable, Cooling, Boiler feed, & other Water

    Safety Green Background/ White Legend

    Compressed Air

    Safety Blue Background / White Legend

    Defined by the User

    Safety Purple Background / White Legend

    Defined by the User

    Safety White Background / Black Legend

    Defined by the User

    Safety Gray Background / White Legend

    Defined by the User

    Safety Black Background / White Legend

Flammable Fluids
Used for fluids that, under ambient or expected operating conditions, are a vapor or procedure vapors that can be ignited and continue to burn in air. The terms thus may apply, depending on service conditions, to fluids defined for other purposes as flammable or combustible
Oxidizing Fluids
Oxidizing fluid is any gas or liquid that may, generally by providing oxygen, cause or contribute to the combustion of other material more than air does.
Fire Quenching Fluids
This classification includes water, foam and CO2 used in sprinkler systems and fire fighting piping systems.
Toxic & Corrosive Fluids
This classification includes fluids that are corrosive or toxic, or will produce corrosive or toxic substances when released.
Combustible Fluids
This classification includes fluids that can burn but are not flammable.

3. Placement

  • Marker visibility

Always position pipe labels on pipes to achieve the best visibility. Install pipe labels below or above the horizontal centerline of the pipe when pipes are located above or below the normal line of vision.

  • Pipe marker illustration
    Install pipe labels close to valves or flanges.
  • Plastic Lockout Hasp 428 C3504
    Apply pipe labels adjacent to changes in direction and/or branches.
  • Marker installation options
Install pipe labels before and after all wall, floor and ceiling penetrations.
  • Marker installation options
Install pipe labels at frequent intervals on straight pipe runs Brimar recommends 20 to 25ft.

4. Abandoned Piping

Piping that has been abandoned in place should be identified. The recommended color scheme is a safety white background with black letters. A black border should be added to the identification. When the abandoned piping is protected from corrosion by the addition of a pressurized fluid or contains residual hazardous material, the legend should indicate that.

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