What is the best asset label for my use ?
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  • Anodised Aluminium
  • Tyretac
  • Mylar or Polypropylene
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Anodised Aluminium,

0.3 mm thick, self adhesive

0.5 mm thick, self adhesive or 2 holes

1.0 mm thick, 2 holes

Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, harsh environments or subject to handling, wear and tear.  The label will resist scratching, abrasion and is unaffected by oil, grease, most chemicals or UV exposure.  An aggressive adhesive is used to stick to practically all surfaces or with 2 holes for rivet or screw attachment.  A slight curve on the inner metal can be accommodated when no flat surface is available by pre bending the label to shape.
Applications: Office, workshop, industrial, marine, external exposure.


Silver Mylar

White Polypropylene & Tyretac

Both matt silver mylar and matt white polypropylene are tough waterproof flexible materials with an aggressive permanent adhesive suitable for indoor or sheltered outdoor use on both flat and curved surfaces.  The standard label is suitable for items not subjected to constant handling, wear and tear, solvents, oil and grease.
Applications: Office, warehouse


Over Laminated Silver Mylar

Over Laminated White Polypropylene


Over laminating adds durability by protecting the printing on the label.  The printed image is sandwiched beneath a clear layer of Mylar. The overlay gives the surface more protection and will slow down the wear and tear of frequent rubbing or cleaning using  cleaning solutions.  Mild solvent, oil and grease resistant.
Applications: Laptops, iPads, mobile phones, power tools