High Temp Metal Barcode Nameplates


  • Unique coating process that increases temperature range to 1200°F
  • Photographically reproduced black copy, logos and bar codes ensure accurate and reliable reads
  • Anodizing process protects black copy, logos and bar codes from chemicals, abrasion and high temperatures

Made of durable anodized aluminum, Metalcraft's High Temperature Metal Barcode Tags are ideal for applications with temperature requirements from 900°F-1200°F. In addition, these tags have many of the same benefits that our standard metal bar code tags-including an image that is sealed within the anodic layer of the aluminum protecting it from abrasion, solvents and chemicals.

Specifications Data
Material .008” thick matte anodized aluminum is standard. Optional thicknesses include: .012”, .020”, and .032”.
Serialization All alphanumeric bar codes are photo imaged with a human-readable equivalent. Guaranteed no skips in sequence. Code 39 with 2.7 to 9.4 characters per inch (CPI) is standard. Other bar code symbologies including Code 128, I 2 of 5, 2D DataMatrix and QR Code. OCR characters and CPIs also available.
Label Copy The printed nameplate copy is block type only. No stylized type, logos or other designs available. All copy is photo imaged.
Colors Available in black only
Sizes Various sizes available
Holes Various sizes available
Packaging Shipped in “work-out-of” cartons for convenient application. Each carton consists of one or more plastic trays containing 250 sequentially packed nameplates (can vary with metal thickness). Both cartons and trays are clearly marked to indicate serial numbers of contents.
Shipment 20-25 business days

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Destructive Test Data
Image Intensified Weatherometer, 20 years equivalent Reduced overall readability after these thresholds
Chemical Test Data
Characteristics Test conditions Effect
Water/humidity no effect
Salt spray 5% at 95°F, 700 hours no effect
Ammonium hydroxide 2 hours at 1% and 5% Slight dulling of image, affects overall readability
Ethyl alcohol 72 hour immersion no effect
Ethyl acetate 24 hour immersion no effect
Ferric chloride 10%, 16 hours no effect
Heptane 72 hours no effect
Hydrocarbon fluid 1 hour immersion no effect
JP-4 fuel 72 hour immersion no effect
Kerosene 12 hour immersion no effect
Methyl ethyl ketone 24 hour immersion no effect
Nitric acid 1%, 40 hours no effect
Phosphoric acid 1%, 12 hours no effect
Skydrol 24 hr immersion (room temp & boiling) no effect
Sodium hydroxide 1%, 1 hour affects overall readability
Sulfuric acid 10%, 24 hours no effect
Turbine and jet fuel (MIL-L 5161C) (MIL-L 5161C) no effect
Tetra Sodium Pyrophosphate 1%, 40 hours no effect
Trisodium Phosphate 1%, 40 hours no effect
Temperature Test Data
Image intensified 168 hours at 1000°F; max temp 1200°F Reduced overall readability after these thresholds
Abrasion Test Data
Image intensified Plates brushed for 7,000 cycles with stiff nylon wheel (C-17) at a 1,000 gm (16 ox.) load Reduced overall readability after these thresholds

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