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Equipment Tag, English, I.D. NO. DATE BY, Polyester, Red on White, 5-3/4 in, 3 in

  • Tags meet OSHA Standard 1910.145 for accident prevention
  • B-837 Heavy Duty Laminated Polyester tags meet OSHA’s 50 Ib. pull force requirement for Tagout and have superior chemical resistance. These plastic tags are encapsulated in matte polyester laminate for superior durability. Nylon ties included.
  • B-851 Economy Polyester tags meet OSHA’s 50 lb. pull force requirement for Tagout and have moderate chemical resistance. Nylon ties included.
  • B-853 Cardstock tags provide an economical, yet durable material option.
  • Attachment strings included.
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Technical Specs:

Brady®    
Type     Equipment Tag    
Material     Polyester    
Color     Red on White    
Message or Graphic     Message Only    
Language     English    
Height     5-3/4 in    
Width     3 in    
Thickness     0.020 to 0.025 in    
Special Features     Abrasion Resistant, Chemical-Resistant    
Compliance/Standards     RoHS Pass 2011/65/EU
Meets OSHA 50 lb. Pull-Out Requirement
ASTM D 1593-09
ASTM D-638-08
Method 5306 of U.S. Federal Test Method Std. No. 191A    
Package Quantity     10 per Pack    
Service Temperature Rating     -40 to +175 °F    
Sign Header     LADDER INSPECTION    
Message (Front)     I.D. NO. DATE BY    
Message (Back)     I.D. NO. / DATE / BY    
Grommet Hole Size     3/8 in    
Luminous Properties     None    
Application     Outdoor Use    
Includes     (10) Nylon Fasteners    

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Manufacturer Description:

Ladder Tags Brady's Inspection Tags inform employees that equipment has been inspected, and is safe and in good condition. Tags meet OSHA Standard 1910.145 for accident prevention and withstand moisture, grease and dirt, can come complete with nylon fasteners. Tags feature two chamfered corners and a 3/8" grommeted hole.

Hant # MFG # UPC
43050 86441

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