Hazard Warning Tape

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Hazard Warning Tape
Hazard Warning Tape

Self-adhesive highly visible tape - an ideal way to mark or cordon off areas quickly and clearly.

  • Suitable for offices, factories or warehouses.
  • Black/yellow: indicates general obstacles and areas of hazard.
  • Green/white: indicates medical stores, safety services etc.
  • Red/white: indicates the location of fire equipment and fire/general hazards.
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A341946
Width (mm)
50 mm
Type
6
Colour
Black/yellow

Product Name
Hazard Warning Tape
Catalogue page
7

Length (m)
33 m

£38.25 pack of 6 units

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A341947
Width (mm)
50 mm
Type
6
Colour
Green/white

Product Name
Hazard Warning Tape
Catalogue page
7

Length (m)
33 m

£38.25 pack of 6 units

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A341948
Width (mm)
50 mm
Type
6
Colour
Red/white

Product Name
Hazard Warning Tape
Catalogue page
7

Length (m)
33 m

£38.25 pack of 6 units

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A341949
Width (mm)
75 mm
Type
4
Colour
Black/yellow

Product Name
Hazard Warning Tape
Catalogue page
7

Length (m)
33 m

£24.00 pack of 4 units

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A341950
Width (mm)
75 mm
Type
4
Colour
Red/white

Product Name
Hazard Warning Tape
Catalogue page
7

Length (m)
33 m

£24.00 pack of 4 units

Common description for all models

Self-adhesive highly visible tape - an ideal way to mark or cordon off areas quickly and clearly.

  • Suitable for offices, factories or warehouses.
  • Black/yellow: indicates general obstacles and areas of hazard.
  • Green/white: indicates medical stores, safety services etc.
  • Red/white: indicates the location of fire equipment and fire/general hazards.
Please Note: We only sell these in the colours and quantities listed. Unfortunately, there is no option to offer a bespoke pack with (for example) three of one colour and three of another.

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