In this catalogue you will find an overview of our standard sign formats. All products are supplied on practical label sheets and can be used immediately.
All objects that perform a function in the production process and together form technical systems can and must be marked for various reasons. The labels used for this purpose are called operating equipment labels.Download Format Overview →
If hazardous substances flow through pipes, the labelling of the pipes must be supplemented by hazard symbols ("Globally Harmonized System of Classification, Labelling and Packaging of Chemicals" (GHS)).Download Format Overview →
Cable tags (cable labels) are used where cables must be labeled and separated cleanly. In addition, cable tags ensure the traceability of the individually labeled cables and thus create a recognition value for a later point in time.
Pipeline labels (pipeline tapes, arrow plates) are used wherever pipes have to be labelled according to their flow substance. The flow direction must be labelled by an arrow.
The labels must be permanently affixed along the entire pipeline at all operationally important and hazardous points. The size of the marking and the associated font size shall be determined by the required recognition distance.
Circular blanks are marks in a round format. In addition to their function as a form of identification they are also used as:
Where the workplace is concerned with accident prevention, health and safety, uniform warning and prohibition notices are required: Safety markings according to DIN EN ISO 7010.
A distinction is made between four types of safety markings:
Push-button and insertion labels are used in a wide variety of equipment and operating elements. They exist in countless, often company-specific designs.
In addition to standard content, individual content is often also shown. These signs are fixed by clipping them into a sign holder or by gluing.
Type plates (rating plates, manufacturer plates) identify, classify and describe the means of production or the product to be labelled. The labelling often corresponds to a legal regulation or a legal standard.
The following information must be applied legibly and permanently to machines: Company name and address of the manufacturer, designation of the machine, CE marking, type or series designation, serial number (if available), year of manufacture (= completion of the machine or plant).
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