Horizons Imaging Systems Group (ISG) recently announced that Camcode has achieved Certified Metalphoto® Converter status. This means that we’ve completed a process assessment, received recommendations and begun implementing new processes to improve product quality and expand application expertise for Metalphoto photosensitive anodized aluminum.
Certified Converters receive in-depth training regarding the features, benefits and performance specifications to which Metalphoto is certified. They understand when Metalphoto is appropriate for a specific application and can help organizations write Metalphoto into specifications.
Scott Lehner, Director of Converter Sales for ISG, said, “the Metalphoto Converter Certification sends a clear message to OEMs and government organizations as to which suppliers are optimally prepared to offer outstanding product quality and service.” Certified Converters receive access to a library of tools, including data sheets, case studies and product videos, as well as a certification press release and a “Certified Metalphoto Converter” emblem for their website.
Metalphoto is one of the most durable identification materials available, and is converted into barcode labels, nameplates/data plates, placards, maintenance schematics, machine control panels and other identification items by more than 500 companies around the world. The largest and most advanced converters are eligible to apply for certification.
For over 50 years, industrial and military engineers have specified Metalphoto photosensitive anodized aluminum in applications where permanent product identification is critical. Metalphoto’s durability comes from its photographic image which is sealed inside of the anodized aluminum, providing resistance to corrosion, sunlight degradation, abrasion, extreme temperatures and chemical exposure. For more information, visit www.metalphoto.com.
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