UID Labels for CARC Surfaces
Camcode’s Metalphoto® UID CARC Label is designed for MIL-STD-130 applications requiring a durable “life-of-the-part” label with an application adhesive that will adhere to tough-to-bond surfaces like chemical agent resistant coating (CARC). This UID label is constructed of a Metalphoto anodized aluminum face stock (thicknesses from .003″ to .032″), with a high-performance permanent pressure-sensitive adhesive specifically designed to bond to CARC paint surfaces. These UID tags have excellent resistance to chemicals, abrasion, solvents, and will withstand exterior exposure in the harshest environments, including extreme cold, heat and UV. When treated with our image intensification process, Metalphoto’s expected exterior life exceeds 20 years. Teflon® treatments are also available when resistance to CARC painting processes is required.
- Specially formulated adhesive provides an outstanding bond to CARC surfaces.
- Metalphoto is the most specified label material in history for DoD applications, and the best choice for MIL-STD-130 applications requiring durable UID labels.
- Photographic quality black and silver graphics are high contrast with excellent resolution.
- All Camcode UID labels are verified to the required print quality standards. Registration service is also available.
.003″ to .032″ Metalphoto anodized aluminum. Teflon treatments are also available when resistance to CARC painting is required.
Specially formulated adhesive for CARC surfaces.
Several font types are available, as well as logos or other design elements.
All common symbologies available, including code 3 of 9, I2 of 5, 128 and Data matrix.
Black graphics on silver background or silver graphics on black background is standard. Tactical camouflage background colors are also available.
Several standard and custom sizes available.
On sheets or in bags, in boxes, in sequential order. 100% no missing numbers.
10-15 working days from receipt of order and approval of artwork. Expedited shipment is available for an additional charge.