Compressed Air Pipe Marking
Industrial use of compressed air can be extremely dangerous and, if mishandled, cause severe injuries. An uncontrolled release of compressed air can break through skin, cause loss of sight or hearing, and lead to symptoms akin to a heart attack if the air enters the bloodstream. Workers need to be especially careful around pressurized tanks and pipes.
Compressed air pipe marking helps address these hazards by providing employees with the information they need to stay safe. These labels indicate the direction and nature of the air so workers understand the contents of the pipe and can take precautions accordingly. Like other pipe labeling options, compressed air pipe marking is essential for any facility that has an extensive piping network.