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Brass Valve Tags

Ideal for efficient on-site identification of pipes & valves

Properly label the pipes and valves in your facility with brass valve tags from Seton. Made from 20-gauge brass, our brass valve tags can withstand temperatures of up to 1200°F, and come in various shapes and sizes to best suit your business’s needs. Plus, they’re highly durable and won’t rust or corrode, ensuring your facility stays compliant for years to come.

Need your valve tag to say something specific? Create a custom brass valve tagthat can be engraved to efficiently reflect your valve’s number, location, or function.

Affix tags to a brass beaded chain valve tag fastener for quick and easy attachment. All valve tag fasteners sold separately.

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    Custom Engraved Brass Valve Tags

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    Custom Stamped Brass Valve Tags

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When you need to label a valve or pipe system, you can't go wrong with brass valve tags.
The look of brass is classic. Brass valve tags are affixed to a chain and hung on a pipe valve to identify that valve by number, letter, code or by its contents. Choose your brass valve tag from various sizes and shapes, including round, triangle, hexagon, octagon and square.
Seton offers these tags in a variety of styles and customizations and they can be stamped or color filled. If you're in need of a blank option, consider our Blank Brass Valve Tags. These durable 20-gauge brass valve tags are available in several sizes and shapes and can withstand temperatures up to 1200°F.
We also offer Custom Fire Sprinkler Valve ID Tags to help you quickly identify the various different sprinkler lines in your facility. These brass valve tags comply with NFPA 13 guidelines for proper identification of sprinkler valves and come in various sizes. These brass tags are able to withstand temperatures up to 1200°F, while the colored wording can go up to 233°F.