Keep outdoor equipment identified for 10+ years

Louise Smyth

Brady has developed a quality identification label that resists UV-light, weathering, fluids and abrasion for more than 10 years. The toughest outdoor identification label in the market to date keeps equipment, vehicles, components and facilities clearly identified for more than a decade.

No overlaminate

Many outdoor identification solutions fade, shrink, crack or fall-off after a couple of years making them unreadable and therefore irrelevant. Brady’s new, halogen-free and ultra durable outdoor identification label remains attached and clearly legible for more than 10 years in tough outdoors conditions. The label is uniquely weather resistant and does not even need an overlaminate to protect its print. Clear and durable identification increases the efficient use of equipment, components, vehicles, tools and facilities, and it does not need frequent replacement.

Outside applications

Available in black print on a white surface, the toughest outdoor identification label is ideal to barcode and to identify solar panels, vehicles, equipment and facilities or exposed cables. Potential applications also include identification on signposts, on vending machines, rooftop air conditioning units, doors or outside stairwells.

In sectors with outdoor activities or products, like data/telecom, construction or electrical, the toughest outdoor label will increase efficiency through clear identification and communication on the spot.

The toughest outdoor identification label can be printed at location using a quality thermal transfer benchtop or mobile printer from Brady. When coupled with labelling software, several barcode and serialisation options become available for on-site printing. Because the label is self-adhesive and does not require an overlaminate, it is easy to print and apply. Also called B-8591, the toughest outdoor weather resistant label is part of Brady’s Workhorse Label Series.

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