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OUR FLAGS ARE SPECIFIED IN AS 3891.2-- 2008

They are now approved for use as specified in AS 3891.2 para 4.3.2 C & 4.3.3 C. which says 4.3.3 (c) Cable marker shall be (i) spherical or (ii) cylindrical or (iii) planar with a minimum area of 0.09m sq m and a minimum dimension through the centre of area of at least 200 mm and of a single recommended colour. Rectangular markers shall have suitably rounded corners to prevent corona discharge or radio interference, and be attached to the cable by a standard industry attachment.(Snap clamps are a standard industry attachment. NOTE: A reflector may be attached.

Permanent Markers
quickmark 1070   quickmark swinging   quickamrk apply

PART: 1096 10-70 clamp

 

The Swinging action

 

Applying the Quickmark

THE QUICKMARK
the Quickmark is a durable, highly visible and reflective permanent powerline marker. The 260mm diameter disc is ideal for quarries and other long-term hazard marking.
Available in 10-70 clamp or 6-16 (part number 1097)
     

(PART: 1097 6-16 clamp) with orange tool (PART: 1027)

Download info sheet

   
Temporary Warning Flags
orange flag    
PART: 1055
  PART: 1030   Application of 16-70 clamp with hotstick and red tool (PART: 1024).

Downloadable Application method PDF

TEMPORARY WARNING FLAGS

These durable flags are made from rip stop vinyl and have a class 1 reflective patch stuck to both sides. The flag is attached with our universal snap clamp which will hold securely on conductors from 10 to 70 mm dia and ABC. The 6-16 clamp is for diameters less than 16 mm dia

download pdf info sheet


Warning flags being installed by helicopter on earth wire at Murarie sub, Brisbane.

clamp 16-70

10-70 SNAP CLAMP
Light and strong, will grip down to 10mm diameter.

removal with hook & hotstick

*These items are made with the very best materials and have stood the test of time, however, a warning flag on a powerline may be exposed to extreme conditions, including voltage spikes, bird dropping, cyclones, deliberate acts of vadalism, and therefore no guarantee is offered.