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Informaii furnizate de borne:

fluidul transportat prin conduct

Denumirea operatorului conductei

Numrul la care operatorul poate fi contactat n situa ii de urgen ,.

Pipeline Marker este cel mai des utilizat tip de born. Conine informa iile despre
operator, fluidul transportat, i numrul pentru situa ii de urgen .
Aerial Marker este o born care indic un numr de identificare vizibil din avion util pentru
monitorizarea conductei de ctre patrulele aeriene.
Casing Vent Marker born care idic ca o conduct (protejat de un tub de protec ie din
oel) subtraverseaz un drum, o cale ferat sau alt tip de intersec ie. n anumite cazuri pot fi
confundate cu conducte de preaplin
Pipeline markers are important for the safety of the general public
and provide emergency responders with critical information. Most
pipelines are underground, where they are more protected from the
elements and minimize interference with surface uses. Even so,
pipeline rights-of-way are clearly identified by pipeline markers
along pipeline routes that identify the approximate NOT EXACT
location of the pipeline. Every pipeline marker contains information
identifying the company that operates the pipeline, the product

transported, and a phone number that should be called in the event

of an emergency. Markers do not indicated pipeline burial depth,
which will vary. Markers are typically seen where a pipeline
intersects a street, highway or railway. For any person to willfully
deface, damage, remove or destroy any pipeline marker is a federal

Semne utilizate n general ca plan pentru evitarea deteriorrii conductei

Domed Post TM utility markers incorporate robust engineering having culori cu un nivel
ridicat de vizibilitate. This domed post is constructed from formul rezistent la UVpolietilen stabilizat pentru contracara decolorarea sau deformarea. Domed
marker posts can be bought in a number of post as well as cap colour combinations. Grfica
personalizat este n general tanat permanent pentru a evita decolorarea,
exfolierea sau ciobirea. Un cod de bare este ncorporat pentru fiecare born.

Decrease your experience of accidental dig-ins and service interruptions. Armare cu fibr de
sticl a materialului compozit pentru borne markers guards your valuable below ground
investment by means of clearly and quickly determining pipelines, valves as well as other
underground utilities. Disponibile ntr-o gam variat de mrimi i culori available for you.
Mesaje personalizate sau standardizate, litere i fundal reflectorizant and also numbering
are also offered.

AAPWA cod de culori

Culori florescente pentru identificare uoar.

Culori rezistente n timp

Post decals easily identify utility lines

Custom decal messages are available

Prevents dig-ins and service interruptions

Stabilitate la temperatur / UV, la impact cu viteze de 72 km/h.

Capabile s reziste la explozii la 15 metri, fr penetrare

Vizibilitate ridicat din toate direciile, inclusiv din aer

Conform cu codul rutier (legislaia rutier)

Readily available selections: test station, Radio-frequency

identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically
identify and track tags attached to objects - staie de testare activat i
capac de aerisire

Gama variat de nnlimi, forme i cculori

The round ones are classified as domed marker posts because of the huge dome cap on the top
bar. The reason for the domed cap could be to provide 360 degree visibility. Since many of these
marker posts are widely-used near to rural roadways, auto accidents generally occur. To decrease
injury to the cars, and to prevent repairs within the marker posts, power companies frequently
utilize borne elastice din fibr de sticl. Aceste materiale antioc, pot fi ndoite la 90 de grade
fr a se deforma sau rupe.
The particular decals on these kinds of abs plastic marker posts could very well be imprinted on
many materials. Generally, black text on a see-through decal background provides the best
clearness. Nonetheless, some power companies prefer printing dark-colored wording on a white
reflective background. Yet again, to extend the visibility with the marker posts also to slow up
the prospects for an auto accident.

Lini directoare pentru marcarea temporar

unitar a utilitilor subterane
This marking guide provides for universal use and understanding of
the temporary marking of subsurface facilities to prevent accidents
and damage or service interruption by contractors, excavators, utility
companies, municipalities or any others working on or near
underground facilities.

The One-Call damage prevention system shall be contacted prior to

Use white marks to show the location, route or boundary of proposed
excavation. Surface marks on roadways do not exceed 1.5" by 18"
(40 mm by 450 mm). The facility color and facility owner identity
may be added to white flags or stakes.

Use color-coded surface marks (i.e., paint or chalk) to indicate the
location or route of active and out-of-service buried lines. To
increase visibility, color coded vertical markers (i.e., stakes or flags)
should supplement surface marks. Marks and markers indicate the
name, initials or logo of the company that owns or operates the line,
and width of the facility if it is greater than 2" (50 mm). Marks placed
by other than line owner/operator or its agent indicate the identity of
the designating firm. Multiple lines in joint trench are marked in
tandem. If the surface over the buried line is to be removed,
supplementary offset markings are used. Offset markings are on a
uniform alignment and clearly indicate the actual facility is a specific
distance away.

Any excavation within the tolerance zone is performed with nonpowered hand tools or non-invasive method until the marked facility
is exposed. The width of the tolerance zone may be specified in law
or code. If not, a tolerance zone including the width of the facility
plus 18" (450 mm) measured horizontally from each side of the
facility is recommended.


The American Public Works Association encourages public agencies,
utilities, contractors, other associations, manufacturers and all others
involved in excavation to adopt the APWA Uniform Color Code, using
ANSI standard Z535.1 Safety Colors for temporary marking and
facility identification.
Rev. 4/99

BS 1710 British Standard Pipe

British Standard 1710 (BS 1710) provides the standards for identifying pipes,
including colour coding, label locations and information about pipe contents. The
BS 1710 pipe marking standard is written to be in alignment with the international
ISO/R 508 standard "Identification Colours For Pipes Conveying Fluids In Liquid Or
Gaseous Conditions In Land Installations And On Board Ships." However, BS 1710
provides for the option of using user defined supplemental colours for 'other
liquids' and specifies marking for ventilation ducts and electrical conduits. BS 1710
also specifies the pipe marking for medical gases and refrigerants. This makes the
British 1710 pipe marking standard an all-encompassing standard.
British Standard 1710 Pipe Marker Locations

The BS 1710 pipe marking standard only applies to pipes carrying fluids that are
located above ground and to generic pipes on ships. It requires that, at a
minimum, pipe marking must be located on both sides of valves, service appliances,
bulkheads, wall and floor penetrations, as well as any other place pipe contents
identification is needed.
British Standard 1710 Pipe Marker Colours

BS 1710 specifies two types of color coding. Basic Identification Colours and Safety
Colours. Decorative or protective coatings on pipes may not use any of these
colors. BS 1710 specifies specific colours, identified by their BS Colour Reference
number, that must be used.
BS 1710 Basic Identification Colours
Pipe Contents Name Reference


BS 4800 Colour



12 D 45



10 A 03


06 C 39


(mineral, vegetable or animal)


(in either gas or liquid phase - except


/ Alkalis



Services & ventilation ducts

Yellow Ochre

08 C 35


22 C 37

Light Blue

20 E 51


00 E 53


06 E 51

BS 1710 Safety Colours

The British Standard 1710 Safety Colours are used in addition to the Basic
Identification Colours. The basic color, indicating the pipe contents, is shown on
either side the the safety colour. For example, fire fighting water would have a
band of green (water), a band of red (fire fighting), and then another band of green.
Fire fighting steam would be silver-grey, red, silver-grey.
Fire Fighting - Red - 04 E 53
Warning - Yellow - 08 E 51
Fresh Water - Auxiliary Blue - 18 E 53
Colours may be painted onto pipes or applied using adhesive labels that wrap
around the pipe. BS 1710 also allows for user-defined custom colors to provide
more detailed information. As when Safety Colours are used, the user defined color
is located in a band between bands of the required Identification Colours.
Content Information - Code Indications

The British Standard 1710 pipe marking code requires that information about pipe
contents be provided using at least one of the following methods:

the full name

the common abbreviation of the name

the chemical symbol

the refrigerant number as specified in British Standard 4580

the appropriate colour bands (including specific color coding specified for medical and
general building services, and optional colour bands for refrigeration services).

The above Code Indications must be at least at the specified locations for pipe
markers, and there must always be a Code Indication next to any banding.
Pipe content names, abbreviations, symbols and numbers must be printed in either
black or white, whichever provides the best contrast. The Code Indications are to be
placed directly on the pipe or on a label placed on the pipe. The background colour
of the label must match the safety identification color.
Indicating The Direction Of Flow

The direction of the fluid flow in a pipe is to be indicated by an arrow located near
the basic Identification Color. The arrow may be either white or black, whichever
provides the best contrast. If a label with the Identification Colour is being used,
the direction of flow is indicated by the pointed end of this label.
British Standard 1710 Pipe Markers

The most common and economical way to be in compliance with British Standard
1710 is to use adhesive backed pipe marker labels. Adhesive BS 1710 pipe markers
are easy to make and apply, and if you are using a DuraLabel printer, they are
economical, durable, and you can always get the right material for the conditions
(as required by BS 1710).

USA CFR Line markers for mains and transmission lines.

(a) Buried pipelines. Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, a line marker must be
placed and maintained as close as practical over each buried main and transmission line:
(1) At each crossing of a public road and railroad; and
(2) Wherever necessary to identify the location of the transmission line or main to reduce the
possibility of damage or interference.
(b) Exceptions for buried pipelines. Line markers are not required for the following pipelines:
(1) Mains and transmission lines located offshore, or at crossings of or under waterways and other
bodies of water.
(2) Mains in Class 3 or Class 4 locations where a damage prevention program is in effect under

(3) Transmission lines in Class 3 or 4 locations until March 20, 1996.

(4) Transmission lines in Class 3 or 4 locations where placement of a line marker is impractical.
(c) Pipelines aboveground. Line markers must be placed and maintained along each section of a
main and transmission line that is located aboveground in an area accessible to the public.
(d) Marker warning. The following must be written legibly on a background of sharply
contrasting color on each line marker:
(1) The word Warning, Caution, or Danger followed by the words Gas (or name of gas
transported) Pipeline all of which, except for markers in heavily developed urban areas,
must be in letters at least 1 inch (25 millimeters) high with 1/4 inch (6.4 millimeters) stroke.
(2) The name of the operator and the telephone number (including area code) where the
operator can be reached at all times.

ISO/R 508 - Identification Colours For Pipes Conveying Fluids In Liquid Or

Gaseous Conditions In Land Installations And On Board Ships
ANSI Z535-1

Safety Colors

ISO 7001:2007 Graphical symbols -- Public information symbols

ISO 7010:2011 Graphical symbols -- Safety colours and safety signs -Registered safety signs
ISO 3864-1:2011 Graphical symbols -- Safety colours and safety signs -- Part
1: Design principles for safety signs and safety markings
ISO 3864-2:2004 Graphical symbols -- Safety colours and safety signs -- Part
2: Design principles for product safety labels
ISO 3864-3:2012 Graphical symbols -- Safety colours and safety signs -- Part
3: Design principles for graphical symbols for use in safety signs
ISO 3864-4:2011 Graphical symbols -- Safety colours and safety signs -- Part
4: Colorimetric and photometric properties of safety sign materials
ISO 9186-1:2014 Graphical symbols -- Test methods -- Part 1: Method for
testing comprehensibility
ISO 9186-2:2008 Graphical symbols -- Test methods -- Part 2: Method for
testing perceptual quality
ISO 9186-3:2014 Graphical symbols -- Test methods -- Part 3: Method for
testing symbol referent association
ISO/CD 16069:2004 Graphical symbols -- Safety signs -- Safety way guidance
systems (SWGS)
ISO 17398:2004 Safety colours and safety signs -- Classification, performance
and durability of safety signs
IEC 80416-1:2008Basic principles for graphical symbols for use on equipment
-- Part 1: Creation of graphical symbols for registration

ISO 80416-2:2001 Basic principles for graphical symbols for use on equipment
-- Part 2: Form and use of arrows
IEC 80416-3:2002 Basic principles for graphical symbols for use on
equipment -- Part 3: Guidelines for the application of graphical symbols

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