Our flexible Foil Barcode Labels conform to surfaces while withstanding chemicals, abrasion, solvents and high temperatures.
Foil Barcode Labels are available with or without a barcode. Black copy, logos and barcodes are photographically reproduced for maximum clarity and detail and then sealed within the anodic layer of the aluminum – ensuring accurate and reliable reads for years to come. Optional second colors are screen printed.
Foil Barcode Labels are just as effective in an office setting as it is on the production floor. Uses and applications for this product are limited only by the customer’s imagination! From tool tracking to product identification for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), Foil Barcode Labels are more than up to the task.
Potential Applications for Foil Barcode Labels
Asset Tracking – the barcode and human readable ID number on Foil Barcode Labels can be used to track information about the asset the nameplate is adhered to, i.e., laptops, furniture, containers, pallets, equipment and more.
For more information check out our case studies, Lesson In Asset Tracking, Inventory Control With Durable Identity, or Strengthening The Bond.
OEM Product Identification – the barcode and/or product identification number on Foil Barcode Labels can be used for tracking purposes such as warranty and service information and typically contain one or more of the following: model number, serial number, or part number. Customers use the identification plate on products they produce and sell.
For more information check out our case study, Sustaining Ski Resorts with Efficient Snowmaking
Tool Tracking – Foil Barcode Labels are an ideal solution to track tools – specifically smaller tools where a flexible, yet durable label is needed to conform to curved surfaces.
For more information check out our blog, Asset Tags Keep Inventory In Focus.
UL Approved Labeling – Foil Barcode Labels are UL (Underwriter’s Laboratories) approved and are to be affixed to UL end-products permanently.
UID/IUID – Foil Barcode Labels are compliant with the UID/IUID (Unique Item Identification mandate with the Department of Defense (DoD).
For more information check out our case study, UID Compliance for Legacy Surveillance.
Work-in-Process – the barcode and/or identification number on Foil Barcode Labels can identify a “batch” OR “lot” of product or just simply identify each product as it travels through the production process.
For more information check out our case study, Strong as Steel.