CANADA'S LEADING INFORMATION SOURCE FOR THE METALWORKING INDUSTRY

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CANADA'S LEADING INFORMATION SOURCE FOR THE METALWORKING INDUSTRY

CANADA'S LEADING INFORMATION SOURCE FOR THE METALWORKING INDUSTRY

Survivable barcode ID tag for galvanized steel

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InfoSight has introduced the KettleTagPLUS identification tag for survivable identification of galvanized steel. 

Up until now, the tag required lamination after printing to survive every step of the process.  InfoSight says the patent pending KettleTagPLUS EZ is ready to attach after printing with no additional steps required.

Fabricators and galvanizers can use InfoSight KettleTagPLUS metal barcoded tags to identify fabricated products before galvanizing, because it is designed to survive all nine steps of the galvanizing process, as defined by the American Galvanizers Association.  Because this durability requires additional steps to work properly, InfoSight focused product development efforts on creating a more efficient solution – the company says the KettleTagPLUS EZ requires no extra steps. Fabricators and galvanizers can print this tag, attach it to their steel, and read the barcode on the tag after the steel has been galvanized. 

KettleTagPLUS EZ is available in continuous feed rolls for printing on demand with InfoSight LabeLase 1000 and 30XX printers.  Tag layouts can be easily designed with free LabeLase Producer software. 

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