The Use of Colour for Identifying Pipes. Colour identification of pipelines is extensively used as a means of avoiding hazards that may arise from ignorance of the contents of a pipeline system. … Standard pipeline colours above are laid down in Australian Standard 1345-1995 (S.A.A. Code for the. Identification of Piping).
Although some plants paint the full length of all piping with an identifying color, a better appearance results if pipes are painted the same color as the adjoining wall or ceiling, with the contents identified by color bands at intervals along the line. Valves and connections and where the pipe passes through walls and floors are …
British Standard 1710 (BS 1710) provides the standards for identifying pipes, including colour coding, label locations, and information about pipe contents. The BS 1710 pipe marking standard is written to be in alignment with the international ISO/R 508 standard "Identification Colours For Pipes Conveying Fluids In Liquid
The ANSI/ASME A13.1 color code uses six predefined colors and four user-
Color marking will make identification easier for raw material and fluid that being transport by the pipe. There are various national and international Pipe Color Code Standards are available. (I have used both English and American version to spell color/colour). ASME/ANSI A13.1 – Scheme for the Identification of Piping