Metalphoto® Pallet Barcode Labels and Tags
Need a Rugged Barcode Label to Track Returnable Warehouse Pallets?
Camcode's Metalphoto Pallet Barcode Labels and Pallet Rack Tags are designed to withstand abuse from forklifts and the inclement conditions of both warehouse environments and the outdoors. Our pallet label is constructed of an anodized aluminum .020" face stock (optional thicknesses from .008" to .063"), with a high-performance-permanent pressure-sensitive adhesive and/or holes for mechanical attachment. The adhesive is designed to permanently bond to high surface energy metals and plastics, and textured and contoured surfaces on any pallet. Our pallet 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.
Pallet Label Features
- Designed for exceptional durability; image is sealed beneath an anodic layer of the aluminum.
- Superior resistance to chemicals, abrasion, solvents, extreme temperatures and UV.
- Highly readable crisp graphics on black or silver background.
- High-performance adhesives and/or holes for mechanical attachment.
Pallet Label Specifications
Material: Anodized aluminum .020" face stock (optional thicknesses from .008" to .063").
Attachment: Permanent pressure-sensitive adhesive and/or holes for mechanical attachment (also available with low surface energy adhesive).
Label Copy: Several font types are available, as well as logos or other design elements.
Symbologies: All common symbologies available, including code 3 of 9, I2 of 5, 128, Data matrix and QR codes.
Colors: Black graphics on silver background; color options available.
Standard Sizes: Standard and custom sizes available.
Packaging: Shipped in sequential order, in boxes. 100% no missing numbers.
Shipment: 10-15 working days from receipt of order and approval of artwork. Expedited shipment is available for an additional charge.
Last Updated: 8/1/2017