Floor Marking Tape – FMTRW/50 – Red White
Floor marking tapes are adhesive tapes used to mark hazards, divide spaces, create aisles, or provide directions. They are commonly used in industrial and manufacturing facilities for floor marking. They vary in thickness from 5-mils to 55-mils for a wide range of durability options for manufacturing facility floor marking. Floor Marking tapes come in a variety of color options and hazard patterns to meet Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirements and other safety standards.
Floor marking tapes can also be useful for helping workers put materials and equipment back in the right place. Lean manufacturing implementation tools. Creating distinctions between finished goods, raw goods, to-be-repaired goods, and equipment ensures mistakes are minimized and productivity and safety are both at the highest levels.
Floor markings are used in industrial workplaces as a way of complying with requirements in OSHA, which requires that aisles and passageways be marked in areas where material handling equipment, such as forklifts are used.
Floor markings are an important part of organizing workspaces by denoting walkways, work spaces and storage spaces. In addition, floor markings are used to denote requirements to keep the area in front of fire extinguishers, fire hoses, first aid equipment and exits clear.
Floor Marking Tapes are replacement for paints for floor marking. Tapes are much faster and easier to install and replace, which dramatically reduces down times related to painting aisles and rails. Many floor tapes are scuff and break resistant, unlike paints that will chip and scratch off. Tapes that are printed with stripes, chevrons and Sillitoe tartan patterns are far easier and faster to install than the same patterns when painted. Floor tapes also have a storage advantage, with being less temperamental, with longer shelf lives than paints. Overall there are numerous advantages to using floor tape over paint