Laid half way between a pipe and the surface within a trench, Underground Warning Tape is printed with a warning text to warn future excavators of the presence of a pipe below.
Roll sizes are 150mm x 365m and are available with various legends. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Specific colours and sizes can be supplied to order, please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Offering far greater protection than standard warning tape and mainly used on high voltage installations, Tape Tile is a heavy duty, recycled, low density, polyethylene sheet with an underground warning tape laminated to one side. It has the benefits of concrete cable tiles in a roll, but also affords easier and quicker installation. It is manufactured in accordance with ENATS 12-23. Standard roll size is 200mm x 40m.
Detectable Tape is a colour coded plastic mesh with a traceable stainless steel wire laminated between the mesh and the printed polyethylene warning tape. This wire acts as a traceable element which can be detected using cable and pipe locators.
Standard roll size is 200mm x 100m.
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