Industrial Piping Color Codes?


Industrial piping color codes can be used to identify what type of product is flowing through pipes. A red label with white letters is fire quenching fluids. Orange with black letters is toxic or corrosive materials. Yellow with black letters is flammable fluids. Brown with white letters is combustible fluids. Green with white letters is water. Blue with white letters is compressed air. Purple, gray, and black with white letters and black with white letters are to be defined by the user.
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silver is the color that is generally used.
Labels on pipes contain a legend and a color code. The legend provides the primary means for identifying the pipe's contents. It clearly states, in words, the contents of the pipe
white, blue, brown, green, yellow, red, grey, orange
ASME is "Scheme for the Identification of Piping Systems " and as such only addresses labels and not a full color coding of the paint system for various piping systems.
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