Ammonia Pipe Markers
IIAR Compliant Pipe Markers
Ammonia is extremely corrosive to the skin, eyes, and mucous membranes. Ammonia Pipe Markers ensure safety by providing proper safety and hazard identification. Order your IIAR compliant Ammonia Pipe Markers today.
Ammonia Pipe Markers Manufactured to Last
Your Ammonia Pipe Markers are made from semi rigid PVC vinyl with UV inhibition for outdoor durability. Ammonia Pipe Labels are made from adhesive backed vinyl and printed using UV and chemical resistant inks.
Fast Shipping Ammonia Pipe Markers
Your new Ammonia Pipe Markers are manufactured and distributed from our facility in Garfield, New Jersey. Thanks to our large inventory, most items ship same day or the day after you place your order.
EZ Ammonia Pipe Labels
Our ammonia stick on labels comply with IIAR Bulletin No. 114 for the identification of ammonia refrigeration piping and it's system components. Learn more about ammonia piping identification.
Low Low Temperature Recirculated Liquid Suction Pipe Label
Ammonia Wrap Around Markers
System 1 ammonia pipe markers are made from semi rigid colored PVC to wrap around specific size piping such as 3/4" to 6" O.D pipes. Markers for larger pipes are provided with slotted holes and can be strapped onto pipes using nylon ties. Ammonia System 1 markers provide 360° visibility, include arrows and require no clean-up making their installation easy. Learn more about ammonia piping identification.
High Temperature Recirculated Liquid Pipe Marker
High Temperature Recirculated Suction Pipe Marker
Low Temperature Recirculated Liquid Pipe Marker
Low Temperature Recirculated Suction Pipe Marker
Low Low Temperature Recirculated Liquid Pipe Marker
Low Low Temperature Recirculated Suction Pipe Marker
Medium Temperature Recirculated Liquid Pipe Marker
Medium Temperature Recirculated Suction Pipe Marker
Ammonia Component Markers
Ammonia component stick on labels bear the name of the equipment they identify, per IIAR No. 114 guidelines for identifying ammonia refrigeration piping systems. Learn more about ammonia piping identification.
Ammonia Reference Chart
A reference chart fully explains the ammonia refrigeration piping and component identification markers, including the approved abbreviations. This sign should be placed in areas that are conspicuous to operating personnel.
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What is Ammonia?
Ammonia is a colorless gas, with a pungent odor. It is widely used as a refrigerant and for the manufacture of products such as pesticides, fertilizer, plastic and other chemicals. Exposure to ammonia in small amounts can cause irritation to the eyes, nose and throat. At higher levels, ammonia may turn fatal due to throat swelling or chemical burns to the lungs. Ammonia is also highly corrosive. With an increased use of ammonia in recent years as a refrigerant, it is important to ensure worker safety by providing proper safety identification.
Identification of Ammonia Refrigeration Piping and System Components
IIAR Bulletin No. 114 provides uniform guidelines for identyfing ammonia refrigeration piping and system components to promote safety, facilitate maintenance and provide vital information to emergency respoders. The bulletin provides further guidance as follows:
3.1 Piping System
A piping system includes all ammonia refrigerant piping and fittings, hand valves, control valves and other devices that are inclusive to the refrigeration lines. Pipe insulation is also considered part of the piping system. Pipe supports, hangers, brackets or other piping accessories are not considered part of the piping system.Learn more...
The signs above represent our interpretation of material information in combination with NFPA 30 and NFPA’s Fire Protection Guide to Hazardous Materials. Without knowledge of your specific chemical, facility, or hazard, it’s impossible for us to guarantee these signs will match your situation. It is your responsibility to decide which signs are valid for your use and to comply with applicable laws and standards. This site is not intended as a substitute for expert analysis or professional consultation. We make no guarantee of the accuracy of the information on this site and assume no liability of injury or damage as a result of using our products.