Mark pipes quickly and easily with pipe markers designed to meet ANSI/ASME pipe labeling requirements. We offer a large assortment of ready-made and customizable self-adhesive, snap-around, roll-form, and high-performance markers, plus many more
Brady Pipe Marking Systems Meet the ASME(ANSI) A13.1-2015 Standard
According to the standard, pipe markers should be positioned so that they are readily visible to plant personnel from the point of normal approach. Brady pipe markers instantly tell you all you need to know about pipe contents, direction of flow and whether they’re hazardous or safe.
– Pipe contents
– Outside diameter of pipe (including insulation)
– Quantity of markers needed per ASME/ANSI A13.1 or other standards
– To/From information
– Location of specific legends by area (for aid in installation)
***Note: You may be able to use blueprints or P&IDs if they are current instead of walking down all of your lines. we also offers Take-Off Services to help you determine your pipe marking needs.
Brady pipe marking systems meet ANSI/ASME size recommendations.
The A13.1-2015 standard also makes recommendations as to the size of letter height and length of color field for various pipe diameters. These recommendations are shown in the table below. when used properly with arrows and banding tape or arrow tape, meet or exceed the standard.
Brady offers Pipe Marking Systems Meet ASME(ANSI) Color Recommendations: Unmarked pipes mean danger to both life and property. Numerous injuries have occurred through ignorance of pipe contents, particularly when outside agencies are called in under emergency conditions.
Over 150 stock legends available! Still can't find the wording you need? No problem, we can customize markers to your exact wording.
Communicate hazard information with your Pipe Markers through GHS Pictograms. ASME A13.1 2015 incorporated GHS pictograms into the 2015 revision, recommending their use as part of the legend. A corresponding piping label may be provided with pipes connected to containers labeled in accordance with GHS requirements. The