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Can your nameplates and labels take the abrasion? What about UV exposure and the outdoor weather? If the answer to any of these is no, you could be in danger of missing valuable maintenance information, calibration information, and more. Regular nameplates and labels are not built to handle high temperatures, abrasion, and rough usage on construction sites.

Suggested Construction / Tool Tracking Products

Aluminum Asset Tags resists abrasion, solvents, sun, salt air and high temperatures.  Ideal for customers who need a UV resistant tag/ label for outdoor exposure.

Foil Barcode Labels are ideal for customers requiring a flexible label that will conform to most surfaces and withstand harsh conditions including abrasion, solvents, and high temperatures.

Autographs™, our metal industry leading nameplate line, is a solution for those needing a metal tag that can be customized with crisp looking product logos and information.

Constructed with subsurface printing, PolyTrac Gold labels are made for tracking assets in moderate environments that need a durable label construction.

Hang tags are ideal where labels cannot be affixed directly. Our sturdy construction allows our hang tags to be thin, yet rigid, offering excellent resistance to bending and tearing.

InfoDot Tags are ideal for customers who require a small circular tag, yet need a product that will withstand harsh conditions including chemicals, abrasion, solvents, and high temperatures.

Tabbed Metal Nameplates offer an innovative tab design that makes liner removal easier and reduces adhesive contamination, which ultimately, makes the adhesive bond better to the applied surface.