Camcode’s Metalphoto® Foil Labels are the ideal solution for all your asset-tracking needs because the bar code and printed information remain readable over the life of your asset. These metal foil labels are constructed of a .003″ anodized aluminum face stock (.005″ optional), with a high-performance permanent pressure-sensitive adhesive. The adhesive is designed to permanently bond to high surface energy metals and plastics, and textured and contoured surfaces. Our foil label has 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.
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“We knew they were durable, would not fade, and would still be readable if paint got on them.”
Camcode’s metal foil labels can be used in a wide variety of settings thanks to the versatility of the materials used. The high-performance, pressure-sensitive adhesive will bond permanently to textured or contoured surfaces, unlike more rigid labels which are better suited for flat surface applications. Because Metalphoto photosenstive anodized aluminum is a durable material offering resistance to common chemicals, abrasives and even outdoor elements, these foil labels can be used in the following settings:
Metal foil labels are a durable, yet flexible solution that can be used in a wide range of settings and applications. Metal foil labels use a pressure-sensitive adhesive that permanently bonds to the surface, ensuring that the labels stay in place over time. This prevents problems such as intentional removal of labels for theft or unauthorized transfer, or labels that fall off or deteriorate over time, which complicates asset management. Metal foil labels can be customized with different fonts, logos and even colors to streamline asset tracking and reporting, suitable for use in multiple industries. Additional benefits of metal foil labels include:
Metal foil labels are constructed of durable anodized aluminum, with images sealed beneath a protective layer to maintain readability for years to come. The estimated lifespan of Camcode’s foil labels is 20-plus years.
Custom foil labels have excellent resistance to chemicals, abrasion, solvents, extreme heat or cold, and even UV, making them suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.
Metal foil labels can include scannable bar codes, enabling the precise control of inventory counts, and creating an efficient flow of products through your organization. Metal foil labels also help to provide streamlined reporting and monitoring of maintenance history to keep your assets in working order.
Properly labeled assets are less likely to be stolen or transferred without authorization. Precise location control over assets also means you can schedule use across multiple departments, reducing the need to purchase duplicate assets. In addition, regular maintenance monitoring and tracking using metal foil labels can reduce repair and replacement costs. All of these things lead to cost reductions and boost your bottom line.
Asset tagging is the process of labeling or tagging assets with barcodes and unique identifiers to support an asset tracking system. There are different types of asset tags designed for different applications, offering varying levels of durability to withstand the expected operating conditions of the asset.
Asset tags are a reliable way to identify unique assets in a variety of applications. They’re used to track inventory, monitor equipment, manage check-in/check-out processes, deter theft of an organization’s valuable assets, and more.
With asset tags, every unique asset can be identified by scanning a barcode, which helps to streamline processes such as maintenance management while eliminating human error in documentation.
A Metalphoto® Foil Label is a great example of an asset tag. These asset tags are ideal for a variety of use cases, offering excellent resistance to chemicals, solvents, and abrasion.
Metalphoto Foil Labels can withstand prolonged exposure to outdoor environments as well, such as UV exposure and extreme temperatures.
In asset tracking, assets can be broadly categorized as fixed or moveable assets, with a variety of different asset classifications possible under each of those primary categories.