Sprinkler Pipe Painting

Sprinkler Pipe Painting Contractors

 

Retail Store Painting  is no stranger to Sprinkler & Pipe Painting, whether your state mandates a color-coding system for fire-suppression piping, or your area of service requires each individual pipe a specific color according to The Equipment and Piping Color Identification System mandated by the U.S. Federal Government. We have vast experience in Sprinkler & Pipe Painting and are very familiar with The U.S. Government Federal Register Paint Color Numbers and Shades. We take the time to properly prep the surface area and mask where paint is unwanted, and use only the highest quality coatings to prevent corrosion. So, if you’re mandated or just need a repaint, contact us and we’ll gladly discuss your options.

 

Sprinkler Pipe Painters 

 

It’s best to stick with standards for painting and labeling your equipment. The most recent ANSI/ASME (American National Standards Institute/American Society of Testing and Materials) standard requires the following:

  • Fire quenching fluids – Red with white letters
  • Toxic and corrosive fluids – Orange with black letters
  • Flammable fluids – Yellow with black letters
  • Combustible fluids – Brown with white letters
  • Potable, cooling, boiler feed, and other water – Green with white letters
  • Compressed air – Blue with white letters

Why sprinkler pipe painting matters:

 

Painting your pipes yourself has benefits of its own. One LogCheck user insists that operators paint their own pipes from beginning to end to make sure they understand exactly where each one goes. Though this may seem like busy work, it gives you a great view into your facility from a different perspective and can ultimately make it easier to uncover issues in the future.

If your facility is part of a portfolio, it’s also helpful to maintain consistency between other buildings.  so that operators can cover shifts at other buildings and still know what they’re looking at.

Generally though, color-coded pipes simply keep you organized. Make every pipe’s role in your system instantly apparent, and you’re bound to understand your facility better.