For over 60 years, Seton has been the most trusted source for identification markers. Our pipe, cable, and conduit marking products can be customized to your specific project, and many of them are fully compliant with current ANSI A13.1 standards.
In addition to our state-of-the-art product line, Seton also offers exclusive free contractor services to help you meet your goals. Our OSHA-authorized contractor specialists are available to help you meet regulatory compliance standards, choose the best products, and place your order quickly and easily. We start things off by scheduling a FREE Lunch and Learn session with one of our industry experts to discuss the details of our services, which gets you on track to efficiently complete the task at hand.
Our full range of identification marking services include the following:
Project Take-Off Services*
Full analysis of your engineer's blueprints and review of what products you will need from us to meet ANSI/ASME A13.1-2015 pipe and valve marking requirements. We will provide detailed take-off images of your project as well as a bill of materials.
*Project Take-Off Service is free only if the customer places an order with Seton.
Upon request, we'll pre-sort your products based on your needs. Once you let us know how you would like your identification marker and valve tag order sorted, we will label it, pack it, and sort it by floor, room, or building.
Submittals Package Creation
Submit the specifications of your job and we will produce a submittal package based on the needs you've identified. In your package you'll receive access to a full library of submittals for identification markers, valve tags, and equipment plates and connections to an OSHA-authorized contractor team.
Seton's identification markers meet and often exceed ASME (ANSI) size recommendations. We offer a large assortment of ready-made and customizable self-adhesive, snap-around, roll-form, and high-performance markers fit for nearly every environment and application.
Simply snap these markers in place without tape or adhesive. Open the coiled marker, suspend it around the pipe or conduit, and release to watch it snap into place. The Setmark ANSI-standardized identification markers are designed for indoor or outdoor use with dirty, oily, greasy, and rough surfaces. Each marker includes directional arrows that indicate flow direction and meet the ANSI/ASME A13.1-2015 standard. Ideal for electrical, fire protection, plumbing, and much more.
Vinyl peel-and-stick markers apply to clean, dry surfaces both indoors and out. Designed with durability in mind, they can withstand temperatures of -40°F to 180°F. Choose from stock wording or customize your electrical, HVAC, plumbing, and fire protection markers with unique text, colors, and lettering.
Say goodbye to curling and peeling identification markers! Made from laminated polyester, these superior markers are pre-coiled and offer protection against abrasion and chemicals. Ensure you get the exact colors and wording you need by customizing your Ultra-Mark® identification markers.
Take advantage of economic pipe, conduit and cable markers without sacrificing quality. Adhere the durable self-adhesive vinyl markers by peeling off the backing and sticking to pipes, cables, or conduits. If you're looking to add specific messaging to your markers, you can easily customize them on our website.
Indicate flow direction, provide extra adhesion, and extend the usable life of self-sticking markers with arrows-on-a-roll-tape. The tape withstands temperatures from -40°F to 248°F and meets ASME/ANSIA13.1 recommendations when used with Seton's self-adhesive identification markers. Ideal for plumbing, HVAC, and fire protection applications.
Convenience and simplicity meet with these heavy-duty self-adhesive markers. They withstand temperatures from -40°F to 248°F and the lamination offers protection against the elements. Choose from a variety of ANSI-compliant sizes and colors, or create your own custom pipe and conduit markers with unique wording.
The on-a-roll format of these markers allows them to wrap completely around 3/4" piping. The self-adhesive 3"x 3" markers feature direction flow arrows with 1/4" high characters, creating four lines of easy-to-read text on each individual marker. Medical gas piping must be labeled by adhesive markers or stencils that identify patient medical gas, the support gas, or vacuum system. Seton's medical gas pipe markers comply with the National Fire Protection Association Standard (N.F.P.A. 99C- Section 4-184.108.40.206)and the Compressed Gas Association Standard (CGA C-9 Section 4.1).
Increase visibility of electrical lines and equipment from 110 to 600 volts with easy-to-identify electrical markers. These vibrant orange conduit markers also communicate voltage, circuits, destinations, and sources of electrical systems. Customized options are also available to meet your specifications.
Appropriate for both indoor and outdoor applications, Seton's bright and durable ammonia markers resist fading and deterioration. We offer snap-around and self-adhesive styles to adapt to your specific applications, and custom wordings can be applied to both. These markers meet IIAR standards for ammonia refrigeration, pipe, and components identification and can be used for food processing, meat packaging, cold storage, and brewing plants.
ASME/ANSI A13.1 2015 standard recommends the use of GHS pictograms as part of the pipe marker legend, ideally to communicate hazard information. Seton offers easy-to-adhere vinyl markers that, when used with our arrows-on-a-roll tape, comply with this new optional specification. To apply, simply peel off the liner and stick the marker to the pipe. These are ideal for clean, dry surfaces both indoors and outdoors and temperature ranges of -40°F to 180°F.
Seton offers quick and easy valve identification with our top-of-the-line valve tags. We offer an extensive range of the most popular sizes in various metal finishes, including brass, aluminum, and stainless steel. Color-coded options are also available. Valve tags can be left blank or customized with text, number sequences, or a combination of both. Our selection of tag fasteners and accessories make installation a breeze!
One of our most popular products, these tags are stocked in stamped brass and shipped in packs of 25.Take advantage of rust and corrosion resistance as well as the following specifications:
Seton's brass valve tags are made from 20-gauge brass with a 3/16" top hole, can withstand temperatures up to 1200°F, and are sold in numerous sizes, shapes, and fills. Various brass tags are available, including:
Easy-to-read anodized valve tags are ideal for color-coding your pipes and valves and can withstand temperatures from -40°F to 1400°F. The laser-etched finish increases the visibility of letters and numbers. Anodized tags are available in numerous colors, 1/2" or 2" round or square sizes, and with single or double-sided wording.
Perfect for indoor and outdoor applications, these 20-gauge steel tags stand strong against temperatures up to 1500°F. Each tag has a 3/16” top hole and are sold in many sizes, shapes, and fills. All aluminum tags can be laser engraved, stamped, or blank.
Create an efficient color-coded pipe and valve identification system by choosing the right tag color for your applications. Heavy-duty plastic withstands temperatures of -40°F to 175°F.
Identify the different lines in your fire sprinkler system with completely customizable tags. Seton offers round and square shapes in a variety of sizes and finishes to fit your environment appropriately. Choose from the following materials:
● Stamped Brass - Brass valve tags are black-filled with a 1/4" legend on the top line and 1/2" numbers below
● Plastic - Add sequential or non-sequential numbering or wording to noticeable bright red tags
● Anodized Aluminum - Features a red laser-etched finish that contrasts the white text to create a highly visible message
Identifying tools, machinery, manufacturing equipment, and other important articles in your facility is easy with customizable USA-made nameplates and tags. Metal and plastic nameplates are available indifferent sizes, colors, and mounting options for both indoor and outdoor use.
Constructed of scratch-resistant, satin-surfaced plastic, Seton's engraved plastic nameplates can withstand temperatures up to 175°F and are finished with beveled edges. Our most popular and cost-effective nameplates offer the following advantages:
● Available in square or rectangular shapes in various sizes
● 8 colors to choose from, including "fire-safety red"
● Offered with adhesive backing or with mounting holes
These electrically non-conductive and scratch-resistant nameplates are made of a rigid 1/16” plastic, making them ideal for indoor electrical equipment. Text is permanently engraved into the surface for easy visualization as well. The nameplates conform to Military Standard LP 387A Type L.D.P. LP 509 and feature the following:
● Withstand temperatures up to 200°F
● Available in 4 color options
● All sizes are sold with adhesive backing, mounting holes, or no mounting options
Engraved, screen-printed, etched, and other equipment nameplate options are available from Seton in a variety of colors, sizes, mounting types, and edging options. Each one offers its own specific benefits unique to the material and manufacturing process. All steel nameplates are ideal for corrosive or caustic environments and will stand up to years of wear and tear.
Create the exact nameplates you need for machinery, equipment, and piping systems by stamping Seton's blank nameplates. Choose from brass, aluminum, anodized aluminum, and stainless steel in various sizes to complete your custom identification system.
Alert excavators of buried utility lines, gas pipes, and communication cables with Seton's underground warning tapes. Non-detectable polyethylene tape and detectable metallic tape are both sold by the roll with numerous warning messages. All underground utility marking tapes meet APWA standards.
Seton's exclusive resource center offers several convenient digital tools to help you with your identification marking needs. We offer materials to help you meet compliance requirements, choose the right products, and even install your new pipe, cable, and conduit markers. Take a look at the resources below to get started!
Regulations & Standards
Learn about the latest identification marking guidelines you must comply with, including OSHA,ANSI/ASME A13.1, and others to ensure your facility is safe and not in violation of any necessary standards.
Read a high-level overview of our extensive pipe marking product line and the specific advantages ofeach type of marker we have available.
Data Sheet Submittals
Informative descriptions of all of Seton's pipe markers are available. From their intended use and compliance standards to available colors and sizes, our data sheets provide the facts you need to know.
Take advantage of our complimentary services designed to keep your projects on schedule and within budget. Our OSHA-authorized contractor specialists offer Project Take-Offs, Project Packaging, and Submittal Packages.
Pipe Marker Buying Guide
Not sure where to start with your identification marking project? Let Seton help. We break down the various specifications you're likely to address and pair them with the appropriate products in one easy-to-read guide.
Valve Tags Buying Guide
Seton's full line of valve tags are available to quickly identify your various pipes and valves throughout your facility. Make sure you get the exact valve tags you need for your specific applications with our informative buying guide.
How To Videos
Watch our informational videos to learn how to organize your identification projects, choose from our wideselection of identification markers, and purchase the right number of pipe markers for your needs. Seton'spipe and valve specialists are always here to help you!