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RFID Tags for Wood Surfaces

Ideal for pallets, barrels and other wooden assets

Our Stick & Staple RFID products are ideal for applications involving hard-to-adhere surfaces (pallets, crates, barrels) with the tag’s construction protecting the inlay. These RFID tags attach directly to assets with adhesive and you have the added option of stapling the tag, ensuring the tag stays attached to those hard-to-adhere surfaces while not damaging the inlay. Ideal for wood and cardboard applications, the tag’s construction protects the inlay by sealing it from environmental conditions that could affect the performance of the RFID tag. 

Perfect for applications that need a bit more than just adhesive, Metalcraft’s Stick and Staple RFID Tag attaches directly to assets with adhesive with the added option of stapling the tag, ensuring the tag stays attached to those hard-to-adhere surfaces while not damaging the inlay.

RFID for Wood Surfaces Resources

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