As part of the safety markings on board ships (cruise ships, ferries, and merchant ships) and offshore platforms, pipes must also be marked according to the substance flowing through them. In this way it can be ensured that any injuries or accidents can be avoided in an emergency.
The ISO standard 14726 defines the colour of the pipe markings. A distinction is made between a rough colour classification and a detailed definition of the substance. In addition, arrows indicating the direction of flow of the substance can be integrated into the pipe marking or added as additional marking.
Reference to other standards: Of course you can also get markings according to the new ISO standard 20560 from us. At the moment, however, we advise against using this standard, as it is still very flawed and ambiguous.