RFID Metal Tags track assets and equipment.
July 16, 2012 -
Used for managing and tracking assets and equipment, RFID metal tags can be applied to curved surfaces and set up to provide automatic track and trace. Read range is consistent irrespective of orientation both on and off of metal. Supplied with white polyester face and permanent adhesive, labels can be printed to show human readable information and tags encoded with Zebra RFID printers. Areas of use include automotive, aerospace, construction, energy, healthcare, and IT industries.
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MPI Label Systems
450 Courtney Rd.
Sebring, OH, 44672
RFID Metal Tags for Asset and Equipment Tracking
Sebring, OH - RFID metal tags are great for managing and tracking assets and equipment. They can be set up to provide automatic track and trace. This lets you know where it is, what it is, and if it's working.
The metal tags provide ruggedness and have the ability to be applied to curved surfaces. They have a consistent read range on and off of metal and are irrespective of orientation. Labels are currently supplied with a white polyester face and an aggressive permanent adhesive. The labels can be printed to show the human readable information and the tags encoded with Zebra RFID printers. Tracking applications in this fast growing market include cylinders, pipes, industrial equipment, IT servers, mobile assets (iPads, laptops, scanners), medical devices, metal crates, shipping containers, and supply chain management.
Industries using the metal tags are:
Established in 1968, MPI Label Systems has grown to more than 550 employees, nine manufacturing facilities and 35 sales offices. MPI specializes in flexographic & digital printing of pressure-sensitive labels, shrink sleeves, roll-fed wrap, booklet labels, coupon labels, thermal transfer, and RFID labels. MPI's equipment division is an authorized, licensed sales and service agent for CTM and Label-Aire labeling equipment. For more information about our products and services, visit www.mpilabels.com.