Spanish Pipe Marker: Retorno De Aceite Combustible

Spanish Pipe Marker: Retorno De Aceite Combustible
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Identify piping system contents and directional flow for pipes used for fuel oil return.

  • Notify personnel of the purpose or contents of pipes, such as fuel oil return
  • Fuel oil return pipe markers should be applied frequently along piping systems and should be clearly legible at a distance
  • Visible colors and bold lettering on the pipe marker are designed to meet or exceed ASME (ANSI) A13.1-2007 recommendations for size, color and visibility for flammable fluids

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