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Dear All

I am working in Boisar (Maharashtra) and want to know the color code for pipeline in the plant. If there is any specification in the factory's act or norms in a garment factory.

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Gaurav S. Rastogi
+91 92714 73168

nandishsheregar - Member Since: Aug 2007
In pipe line:

Green for fresh water
Crimson red for steam
Signal red for fire fighting
Dark brown for oils or combustible liquids
Orange for chemicals
Light blue for air
Black for process effluents (drain / vent/ flare, etc)

Gas Cylinders

Black for oxygen
French gray for Nitrogen
Maroon for acetylene

jinees99 - Member Since: Aug 2010
Please confirm me below mention pipe line colour code in corporate sector, Domestic Water Line - Flushing Water - Boarwell Water - Sewage Draine Line - STP outlet Line - Regards, Jitendra

amitkumar_paul81 - Member Since: Sep 2010
Is there any rules & regulation for colour coding of pipelines, gas cylinder under central act of India? Amit

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