UHF On Metal Label

An on-metal label is a type of label designed specifically to be used on metal surfaces. Like on-metal RFID tags, traditional labels are not suitable for use on metal surfaces due to the interference caused by the metal.

On-metal labels typically have a specialized design that allows them to adhere directly onto metal surfaces without interference. This can be achieved through the use of a specialized adhesive that creates a barrier between the label and the metal surface. The adhesive can be designed to have a high-tack to ensure a strong bond between the label and the metal surface.

On-metal labels are commonly used for asset tracking applications, particularly in manufacturing, construction, and transportation industries where items such as tools, equipment, and vehicles need to be tracked. They are also used in inventory management applications where items are stored on metal shelving or racks.

One of the advantages of on-metal labels is that they offer a long-lasting, durable solution for identifying assets or inventory stored on metal surfaces. They can be printed with text, graphics, and barcodes to provide visual identification as well as being scanable by a barcode scanner. However, on-metal labels can be more expensive than traditional labels due to their specialized design and adhesive.

These are flexible tag structure that ideally suits curved and flat surfaces and offers converters huge opportunities to create attractive solutions for end-users. On Metal Labels deliver excellent performance on metal surfaces.

The best use case for on metal labels is IT assets, office equipment, indoor metal assets and assets with curved surfaces.

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