Brady Supplementary Pipe Marker Range

SKU: 833428


Brady Supplementary Pipe Marker Range



  • Available in 2 x sizes - 25 x 200mm and 75 x 800mm
  • Packet of 10
  • These supplementary safety markers are designed to communicate additional information about the contents of a pipe.
  • Where marking pipes or ducts that contain materials for human consumption or wherever a special hazard to operators may be present, supplementary marking may be required to comply to AS1345-1995, Clause 8.1 and/or 8.2.
  • Supplementary markers produced in “Bands” simply wrap around the pipe to provide 360°∆ visibility of the signal colours.
  • Alternatively, cut the band to your own length and get multiple “marks” from a single band.
  • Made from self-adhesive outdoor vinyl.

      Understanding AS 1345-1995 “Identification of the contents of pipes, conduits and ducts”

      Why Mark Pipes?

      • Pipe markers aid in the quick identification of a pipe’s contents – especially in an emergency situation.
      • A successful pipe identification program helps employees, contractors and emergency responders to identify a pipe’s contents where there are several pipes side by side.
      • Pipe markers also save valuable time when tracing lines are necessary during maintenance.

      Where Should Pipe Markers be Located?

      • AS 1345 specifies that markers be placed adjacent to all junctions, valves, service appliances, bulkhead and wall penetrations.
      • Markers shall be spaced no more than 8m apart except for long, uninterrupted straight runs of external services where spacing shall not exceed 50m.

      Marker Design/Layout Requirements:

      AS 1345 addresses several elements of pipe marker design including:

      Marker Layout. 
      • A marker is comprised of a printed word or words on a coloured background with a contrasting border and chevron to show direction of flow.
      Marker Colours:
      • The legend and background colours of a pipe marker are determined by the pipe’s contents and are specified according to the tables on this page
      • Additional information about the contents of a pipe is communicated through the use of supplementary warning colours. 
      • Supplementary colours are sold separately as a wrap-around “band”, or can be printed on custom markers at the time of manufacture.
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