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Danger 4160 Volts

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SPCVOLTHZ016
£3.10

Description: Machinery Safety Label & Message
Language: English - Signal Word, Graphic Symbol & Text
Material: High Performance PVC / High Performance PVC Overlaminate
Conforms with: ANSI Z535.4

The majority of todays machinery have potential electrical hazards. Electrocution, Electric Shock, Burns, Fire, Arc Flash Explosion and equipment damage related to improper grounding or electrostatic discharge are some of the consequences associated with electrical hazards. The labels in this category address these hazards and are essential to the safe use and maintenance of equipment in operation today.

Our ANSI Z535.4 Labels are manufactured from premium High Performance PVC materials giving outstanding adhesion and durability, especially to low energy surfaces. A range of size options gives you freedom to place these labels in any type of setting, from machinery, enclosures or on a product.

Safety comes first when using labels.

ANSI Z535.4 Compliant Safety Labels used for machinery hazards, detailing the hazard, the consequence of interaction with the hazard, and how to avoid the hazard.

Material
High Performance PVC Film and Laminate. Rated from -58°F to 212°F. UL Recognized Components certified for UL 969 “Marking and Labeling Systems” (USA) and CSA C22.2 No. 0.15 “Adhesive Labels” (Canada).

Format
Label is formatted to ANSI Z535.4 Standard.

Area of Use
For long term labelling applications, markings and identifications. Especially designed for hard to adhere to low energy surfaces (polyethylene and polypropylene finishes, machine casings and textured finishes.)

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