Readable from the air at long distances.
Aerial markers are crucial elements in the cost control of line maintenance. Missing, faded, or damaged markers result in considerable down-time for field repair personnel. Premax produces transmission line markers that are large, rugged, and identifiable from a considerable distance. You can number a tower once and rest assured you won’t have to number it again.
Our markers are easily attached to lattice towers & concrete or steel pylons via available racks, banding & other mounting fixtures. Consult factory for specific application.
Yellow Nos./Black Block Plaque
Aluminum Nos./Black Block Plaque
Black Nos./Yellow Block Plaque
Plain Finish Aluminum Number or Letter
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Aerial markers are essential for identifying power lines and other electrical equipment, which helps ensure the safety of workers and the public. They are particularly important in high-traffic areas, such as urban centers, where power lines may be in close proximity to buildings and people.
Aerial markers are used to identify telecommunication cables and equipment, such as fiber optic lines and cell phone towers. They help ensure that the infrastructure is not accidentally damaged during construction or maintenance activities.
Aerial markers are used to mark transportation infrastructure, such as bridges and tunnels, that may be in close proximity to aerial infrastructure. This helps ensure that the infrastructure is not accidentally damaged during construction or maintenance activities.
Oil and gas:
Aerial markers are used to identify oil and gas pipelines and other aerial infrastructure. They are particularly important in remote areas where the infrastructure may be difficult to see and access.