COBAtape Floor Marking Tape

Clearly define areas and hazards with floor tape

  • A self-adhesive backed vinyl floor tape to quickly mark lines on floors.
  • An ideal solution to mark out areas within factories and industrial settings.
  • Available in a number of colours, with plain and hazard striped options available to increase visibility further.

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Part Number Size Colour Weight (kg) Price Request
TP010002 50 mm x 33 m Black 0.35 Request Price
TP010702 50 mm x 33 m Black/Yellow 0.35 Request Price
TP020002 50 mm x 33 m Blue 0.35 Request Price
TP030002 50 mm x 33 m Red 0.35 Request Price
TP040002 50 mm x 33 m Green 0.35 Request Price
TP070002 50 mm x 33 m Yellow 0.35 Request Price
TP130002 50 mm x 33 m White 0.35 Request Price
TP130302 50 mm x 33 m White/Red 0.35 Request Price
TP130402 50 mm x 33 m White/Green 0.35 Request Price

Technical Specification

Material PVC with a rubber based adhesive
Min. Operating Temperature 0°C
Max. Operating Temperature +80°C
Environmental Resistance Suitable for indoor environments
UV Resistance No
COO (Country of Origin) CN
Storage and application 20-30°C, maximum 65% relative humidity
Tensile Strength 22 Ncm
Elongation 180%
Coating Thickness 15 um
Solvent Residue <0.5%

Flooring Marking Tape FAQs

Why should you use floor marking tape?

Floor marking tapes are essential for a number of reasons, they can simplify operational processes, increase productivity and highlight dangerous areas.

Where should the different colours of floor tape be used?

Floor marking colours and where to use them:

  • Black / yellow: Identification of danger areas, obstacles and radioactive material
  • White / red: Hazardous areas in construction, easily inflammable objects, fire extinguishers
  • White / green: emergency exits, escape routes, first aid, safety equipment.
  • White: Location determination for machines, devices and systems.
  • Red: defective goods, quarantine warehouse
  • Yellow: demarcated work zones, driveways and footpaths.
  • Green: Finished products
  • Blue: Semi-finished product and material for further processing
  • Orange: quality control
  • Black: manufacturing

For many areas, there are no regulations for which floor colour should be used. In many industrial companies, however, a largely consistent application has become established that can serve as a good guide for your own planning.

What should be considered when introducing floor markings?

  • Plan the use of the floor marking in advance.
  • Make sure the floor marking system is easily recognisable and easy to understand.
  • Use colours with great contrast next to each other, taking into account the colour of the floor.
  • A floor plan with all the colour-marked zones helps ensure that your planning is functional and optimises the production process.

Discuss the plan with your colleagues and employees on site, they often provide valuable information on the course of the day, which can easily be overlooked during planning.