We have a range of survey marking paint in aerosol cans available online. We have survey spray paint in many vibrant colours, allowing you to make accurate utility markings & more on stone, asphalt, brick, concrete, wood, steel, glass & grass. White, yellow, red, orange, green, blue, black & hi-vis colours available.
Survey marking paint is ideal for marking surfaces with lines and symbols for a range of applications. You can use it to mark stone, asphalt, brick, concrete, wood, steel, glass, grass and more to signal instructions, directions, and warnings. Survey spray paint is quick and easy to apply, with a tight spray pattern for accuracy and a fast-drying formula that leaves clear, highly visible marks. It is perfect for quantity surveyors, contractors, arborists, construction workers, utility engineers, and more. Markings will fade over time and you can also wash them away if needed.
We have survey marker paint for all-purpose use. It is free from harmful chlorinated solvents, so it can be used anywhere and does not damage the environment. We have spot marker spray paint and temporary spray paint. These aerosols are available in a range of colours, including white, yellow, red, orange, green, and blue, and they are available in boxes of 12 x 750ml cans. We also have hi-vis marker paint, with a selection of fluorescent colours available in packs of 12 x 500ml cans.
Regulated colour coded utility markings, also known as safety colours, allow workers, contractors, and members of the public to identify, lable, and keep track of all public utility mains that are underground. Utility markings allow for safety and efficiency before and during planned works, avoiding accidental damage that could lead to downtime, such as leaks, breaks, reputures, and outages. The national standard for the United Kingdom uses the colour guide below.
Red - electric power lines, conduit, and cables.
Orange - telecommunication, alarm or signal lines.
Yellow - gas, oil, steam, petroleum, or other flammable material.
Green - sewage and drain lines.
Blue - drinking water.
Purple - reclaimed water, irrigation, and slurry lines.
Pink - temporary survey markings, unknown/unidentified facilities.
White - proposed excavation limits or route.