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Line Covers / Markers

Warning markers, covers and blankets are usually Hi-Visibility ideal for visual identification of low hanging electrical conductors, overhead wires and cables. Used in construction zones to alert drivers of machinery (tippers, cranes, trucks, etc) or low flying agricultural aircraft of cabling. They also can deter birds and wildlife. Various models are available as stand alone rotating 3D units with reflectors, flags with reflectors, covers (also known as Torapoli Pipe or Tiger Tails) come in yellow/black or red/black stripes - these can be electrically tested for low voltage brush contact protection, and lastly insulating blankets and covers - usually yellow/grey that drape over the lines again these can be electrically tested for live working operations.

Alternate terminology: Powerline Warning Marker, Overhead Cable Flag, Bird Diverters.

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Balmoral Guards

Balmoral Guards Our plastic guards are utilised by Utilities and Electrical Contractors and are designed to provide temporary electrical ins...

  • Designed to Provide Temporary Electr...

Balmoral Overhead LV Covers and Blankets

Balmoral Overhead LV Covers and Blankets Overhead LV Covers and Blankets are designed to "cover over" power lines and mains, cross arms, fu...

  • Designed to "Cover Over" Power Lines...

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Balmoral Pole Markers

Balmoral Pole MarkersIncreases Visibility of Poles for Both Day & Night Conditions.Designed to last >15 YearsExcellent UV ResistanceTextured Surface to R...

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Balmoral Tiger Tails

Balmoral Tiger TailsSuitable for use on Power Lines & Wires as visual warning, mechanical protection and electrical insulation.Unique striped safety feature...

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  • Certification: AS4202-HDPE...

Balmoral WM Series Line Warning Markers & Flags

Balmoral WM Series Line Warning Markers & FlagsPower line strikes from construction and agricultural plant and equipment are an all too common occurrence, p...