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Metalcraft announces Heat Seal Labels
Ideal for uniform, linen tracking

MASON CITY, IOWA (February 18, 2015) – Metalcraft today announced availability of their Heat Seal Labels designed for tracking uniforms, costumes, rental linens and other fabrics where traditional labels will not work. They are designed to durably bond with fabrics and withstand repeated cleaning.

Heat Seal Labels are thermal transfer printed on polyester and are available in standard sizes up to one-inch square or in custom sizes. These are available serialized with barcode, Code 128, Interleaved 2 of 5, 2D DataMatrix and QR code symboligies or as unserialized labels. Printing can include block or stylized type, logos or other designs. The heat-activated adhesive bonds well to cottons, polyesters and other fabrics.

"Metalcraft's Heat Seal Labels are an economical way to track garments and linens," said Metalcraft president and CEO Steve Doerfler. "These are durable, high-value labels; Metalcraft's laser cutting capabilities let us make almost any shape and size at an incredible price."

For more information or to receive free samples, visit http://www.idplate.com or contact a Metalcraft ID Specialist at 800-437-5283.

About Metalcraft
Metalcraft has provided property identification solutions since 1950. From a headquarters in Mason City, Iowa, Metalcraft has provided thousands of businesses throughout North America and around the world with a wide range of choices in durable nameplates and labels to meet the needs of the ever-evolving industry of tracking and controlling. These customized products may include consecutive numbers using barcode and/or RFID technologies. Metalcraft nameplates and labels are made from the toughest materials – polyester, anodized aluminum, stainless steel, polycarbonate, ceramic and more – to withstand environments ranging from mild to extreme, resisting abrasion, caustics/acids, solvents, salt air, high temperatures, and UV rays. Visit http://www.idplate.com for more information.