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Produced using adhesives matched to surface for maximum adhesion, Photo Anodized Foil Labels are suited for applications that require flexible label that conforms to most surfaces while being able to withstand harsh conditions. Black copy, logos, and bar codes are photographically reproduced and sealed within anodic layer of aluminum to ensure accurate reads. Process also protects nameplate from chemicals, abrasion, and temperatures to 1,000°F (intermittent).

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Foil Bar Code Labels from Metalcraft

MASON CITY, IA (January 13, 2006) - Durability, reliability and versatility - all in one product! Photo Anodized Foil Labels are ideal for customers who require a flexible label that will conform to most surfaces, yet need a product that will withstand harsh conditions including chemicals, abrasion, solvents, and high temperatures.

Black copy, logos and bar codes are photographically reproduced for maximum clarity and detail and then sealed within the anodic layer of the aluminum - ensuring accurate and reliable reads for years to come. This process also protects the nameplate from chemicals, abrasion and high temperatures.

Available with or without a bar code, these labels are produced using adhesives specially matched to the surface for maximum adhesion. An optional intensification process increases the heat resistance to 1000°F (intermittent) and improves image resistance for other environmental conditions including damaging UV rays.

For more information or to receive a free catalog and test samples, please call a Metalcraft Customer Service Specialist at 800-437-5283 or visit www.idplate.com.

Metalcraft (Mason City, IA) has been providing identification solutions for over 53 years. In 1950, the company began producing metal nameplates for the advertising specialty industry. In 1952, Metalcraft added nameplates for property management and identification to their product line. Since then, the company has provided thousands of property managers throughout the U.S., Canada and overseas with a wide range of choice in bar code, serialized, and unserialized nameplates and labels for mild, moderate, and extreme environments.

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