Introduction Initially in 2007 this project was to list and illustrate trademarks placing or having placed a logo, a symbol, an acronym on their pipe stems.
The user defined color options are: The color of pipe markings is typically the most important and visible aspect of the label, but it is not the only one.
ANSI also has standards regarding how large a pipe marking label should be and the size of the lettering on the label.
Most facilities have dozens of pipes moving different things around the facility, so it is important to be able to keep track of what is in each pipe and where it is going.
This is where pipe color-coding can become essential.
Websites cataloguing pipe logos usualy propose drawn reproductions.
A photographic representation, even if not as precise as a drawing, is closer to reality.
There is also a set of standards developed specifically for ammonia pipes.
These standards were published by the International Institute for Ammonia Refrigeration (IIAR) and are typically used wherever ammonia is present.
The ISO 14726 standard applies to sea vessels and other marine workplaces.
Whenever labeling pipes it is important to put all necessary information on the label.
The IIAR standard can be used along with other standards if necessary.