Component Labels tolerate temperatures to 400°C.

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Suitable for lead free soldering baths and reflow/infrared ovens, CIL 8900 high temperature component labels are capable of resisting chemical and solvent washes on PCBs. They also suit traceability and tracking all through production and manufacturing process. Labels can be supplied pre-printed or blank, and variable data can be added in-house or on-demand using existing laser or thermal transfer printer.



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New High Temperature Component Labels - Resists up to +400°C



Computer Imprintable Labels Systems (CILS), the leading manufacturer of high-performance label identification systems, has launched CIL 8900, a new range of high temperature resistant labels.

CILS High Temperature Component Labels are capable of resisting temperature extremes of up to 400°C, chemical and solvent washes on PCB's and are ideal for lead free soldering baths, reflow and infrared ovens. They are ideal for traceability and tracking all through the production and manufacturing process.

CILS High Temperature Component Labels can be supplied pre-printed or blank and variable data can be added 'in-house', 'on-demand' using and existing Laser or Thermal Transfer Printer

CILS manufactures the widest range of durable labels in any size and durable label material, partially pre-printed or blank for you to add data and also has a Bureau Service to print your barcodes and number sequences onto labels for you.

For more information and samples please contact:

CILS International
Email: prinfo@cils-international.com
Toll Free: 888-921-8877
Fax: 978-921-0833

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