Seton Identification and Safety Products
Polyurethane
Valve Tags
Use
Substrate Type
Standard Legend Colors
Standard Material Colors
Thickness
(ASTM D 1593)
Standard Sizes/Dimensions
Abrasion Resistance
(Method 5306 of U.S. Federal Test Method Std. No. 191A)
Service Temperature
Average Outdoor Durability
Chemical Resistance
7 Day Immersion
Dip Test
Rub Test
Shelf Life
Polyurethane Valve Tags(view printable PDF of this page here)
Use: Polyurethane Valve Tags are designed for valve and pipe identification in harsh environments indoors or outdoors. Chemical and oil resistant tags are ideal for small diameter pipes when chlorides are not to come in contact with pipes.
Substrate Type: Polyurethane
Standard
Legend Colors:
Black and White
Standard
Material Colors:
Black, Blue, Green, Red and Yellow
Thickness
(ASTM D 1593):
Total: 0.067 in. (1.70mm)
Standard Sizes/ Dimensions: Many sizes and colors available with custom abbreviations and numbering.
Polyurethane Valve Tags
Abrasion
Resistance:
CS-10 wheels, 250 g wts.
(Method 5306 of U.S. Federal Test Method Std. No. 191A): The legend withstands up to 2000 cycles
Service
Temperature:
-40°F to 250°F (-40°C to 121°C).
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Average Outdoor Durability: 5 - 7 years (Average expected outdoor life of product will depend on user definition of failure and climatic conditions.)
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Chemical Resistance:
 Reagent 7 Day Immersion Dip Test Rub Test
 30% Sulfuric Acid NE NE NE
 10% Sulfuric Acid NE NE NE
 30% HCL F NE NE
 10% HCL NE NE NE
 50% NaOH NE NE NE
 10% NaOH NE NE NE
 Gasoline NE NE NE
 Turpentine NE NE NE
 Glacial Acetic Acid NE NE F
 5% Acetic Acid NE NE NE
 10% Ammonia NE NE NE
 5% Sodium Hypochlorite NE NE NE
 10% Sodium Chloride NE NE NE
 Methyl Ethyl Ketone NE NE F
 Acetone NE NE F
 Methanol NE NE NE
 1, 1, 1, Trichloroethane NE NE F
 IPA (Isopropanol) NE NE NE
 ASTM #3 Oil NE NE NE
 SAE 20 Oil NE NE NE
 Mineral Spirits NE NE NE
 Diesel Fuel NE NE NE
 Heptane NE NE NE
 Toluene NE NE F
 Alconox NE NE NE
 Kerosene NE NE NE
 Water NE NE NE
       
 NE: No Effect     F: Failed
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7 Day Immersion: Immersed in reagent for 7 days.
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Dip Test: Five 10 minute dips in reagent with 30 minute recovery.
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Rub Test: Rubbed sample for one minute with swab soaked in reagent.
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Shelf Life: 5 - 7 years
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