Polyimide and Aluminum Bar Code Labels
Polyonics polyimide and aluminum bar code label materials include high opacity, white topcoats specifically designed to maintain high contrast and readable bar codes through the extreme temperatures and harsh environments typical of metal processing. They also include aggressive PSAs designed to remain firmly affixed to the metals throughout these same high temperature processes and can be applied up to 300°C.
The Polyonics XF-519 is a 2mil polyimide bar code label material with a matte white top coat, operational temperature of 200-225°C and short term temperature of 325°C. The XF-803 and XF-808 are 2 mil aluminum bar code label materials with non-yellowing silicone printable top coats. The XF-803 has an operating temperature of 400-500°C and short term temperature of 600°C. The XF-808 operates at 200-300°C with short term temperature of 350°C.
- dentification of red hot metal slabs, billets, pipes, tubes, sheets, rolls, coils, springs, etc.
- Track and trace products from furnace to customer delivery.
- Inventory control
- Post furnace, in-process labeling
- Annealing, pickling, heat treating, chemical coatings, etc.
Features and Benefits
- High temperature resistance
- Weather resistance
- High chemical resistance
- Application of labels up to 300°C
- High strength permanent bond -40°C to 600°C
- Thermal transfer printable
- Halogen free
- REACH and RoHS compliant
|XF-519||Matte white 2 mil polyimide||1.5 mil high temperature acrylic||Auto apply, tracking hot aluminum and steel rolls.||200-225°C||300°C|
|XF-803||White 2 mil aluminum||1 mil ultra-high temperature silicone||Track and trace hot metal rolls, sheets, tubes, etc.||400-500°C||600°C|
|XF-808||White 2 mil aluminum||2 mil high temperature acrylic||Tracking hot metal rolls, sheets, etc.||200-300°C||350°C|
To request samples of our aluminum labels or if you have application questions contact a technical expert at email@example.com or call (603) 352-1415.
News About Polyonics' Hot Metal Products
The metal processing industry requires accurate barcodes be attached to their products at temperatures of 400+C to help assure accurate inventories. Finding durable barcode tags and labels that will survive these environments is difficult. Polyonics introduces a series of application guides that help define the problems and provide solutions.
Polyonics has introduced a new family of barcode tag and label materials designed to withstand the ultra-high temperatures and harsh environments found in hot metals processing. The materials provide durable, long term product ID and tracking to ensure accurate inventory control.