1 3/16" x 300' Flagging Tape

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  • Constructed from high quality, economically priced embossed PVC.
  • Can withstand 0°F temperatures without cracking, fading, or tearing.
  • UV stabilized to provide long-lasting color retention.
  • 12 rolls per box

Flagging tape is an indispensable toolbox essential for construction professionals for marking boundaries, excavation areas and potential work site hazards. 


According to the American Public Works Association, white is the preferred color for marking excavation areas. Communicate boundaries quickly, even when you're off-site, with this long-lasting flagging tape. The durable embossed PVC construction means this tape can outlast wet weather, the sun's rays, winds and temperature fluctuations. It's also sturdy enough to stand in as staking tape.

This easy-to-use product is bright and offers increased visibility, even in low-light conditions. This 300-foot-long roll comes in boxes of 12 to ensure you'll have enough for any job.

Flagging tape also lends itself to applications beyond construction, including:

  • Medical settings: Mark equipment or hazardous medications, such as chemotherapies.
  • Mining: Indicate drilling areas.
  • Archaeology: Mark digging grids.
  • Forest-fire fighting: Mark trails and make finding paths to and from the fire site easy.
  • Forestry: Mark trees scheduled for felling
  • Emergency services: Guide first responders and communicate crucial ground-level information, such as people's medical conditions.

Flagging Tape for Visible Markings

At PowerPak, we serve professionals in New York, Philadelphia, Seattle and beyond with high-quality safety solutions. Local New York- and New Jersey-area customers can opt for same-day job site delivery to save time.

Get in touch with us online or place your order today to enjoy great service and free cookies!


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