Laminated Valve Tags prevent opening of incorrect valves.

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Suited for production facilities with complicated networks of piping, tags display important information in order to prevent incorrect opening or closing of valves that would result in messy or hazardous situations. Polyester laminate fully seals tag and resists exposure to moisture, solvents, grease, and dirt, while brass grommet helps prevent tearing. Tags are available in red, yellow, blue, green, and white and come in 2½ x 3½ and 3½ x 5 in. sizes.

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Should That Valve Be Open Or Closed? Prevent Big Problems With Brady Valve Tags

MILWAUKEE - (May 22, 2003) Production facilities often have complicated networks of piping. Incorrectly opening or closing a valve can result in a big mess, a huge expense and even a hazardous situation. Brady Worldwide, Inc. offers Laminated Valve Tags to prominently display important information in order to prevent an innocent mistake from becoming a big problem.

The Laminated Valve Tags are designed for use in an industrial environment. The polyester laminate fully seals the tag, and resists exposure to moisture, solvents, grease and dirt. A brass grommet helps prevent inadvertent tearing. The tags are available in red, yellow, blue, green and white for color-coding, and come in two sizes: 2-1/2" x 3-1/2" and 3-1/2" x 5".

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Brady Corporation is an international manufacturer and marketer of identification, safety, graphics and coated material products for telecommunication, electrical, electronic, manufacturing and other markets. It markets more than 50,000 products including high- performance labels, software, printing systems, label-application and data-collection systems, signs, precision die-cut materials and specialty tapes. Founded in 1914, Brady employs about 3,000 people and has operations in the United States, Europe, Asia/Pacific, Latin America and Canada. It had sales of $517 million in fiscal year 2002.

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