Durable Work In Process Bar Code Labels for Harsh Environments
Our Work In Process Labels will perform in even the toughest environments. These bar code tags will survive harsh chemicals and temperatures up to 1200°F. Camcode’s bar code tags will last the life of the part no matter what the environment.
We are experts in receiving label requirements electronically, managing multiple shipments of products, and shipping labels to meet JIT production systems. Our ability to manage sequential numbering of multiple shipments is proven and guaranteed.
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This durable label’s image is below the surface, creating an impenetrable barrier to chemicals, solvents, salts and can survive in temperatures up to 650°F. Metalphoto bar code labels will last the life of the part. Read more about our Metalphoto Aluminum Bar Code Labels.
Ideal for environments that require resistance to cleaning, pickling and/or painting, e-coat or powder coating processes. These bar code labels also resist contact with caustics and strong acids. Our laminated product resists temperatures up to 300°F and our fused product resists temperatures up to 500°F. Ideal for work-in-process applications. Read more about our Metalphoto with Teflon Aluminum Bar Code Labels.
An ideal non-metal material for less demanding operations, certain caustic environments or where more flexibility is desired. Our Premium Polyester Plus Label features a thicker adhesive coating (2.0 mils) than our regular Premium Polyester. Read more about our Premium Polyester Plus Bar Code Labels.
Now there is a metal bar code label for your work-in-process or product identification applications exposed to temperatures up to 1200°F. Our proprietary XHT process gives you a solution for your high temperature environments. These high temperature metal labels are ideal for work-in-process applications never before imagined. Read more about our Metalphoto Extra High Temperature Aluminum Bar Code Labels.
What do Work In Process (WIP) Bar Code Labels cost?
Our minimum order is $300 to $399. Higher-volume orders reduce the per-unit cost and exact prices depend on the material construction, size and quantity. Getting an exact quotation is easy; just request a quote.
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