Custom Metal Plates
Custom metal plates for identification are photo-anodized aluminum and with bar codes they are known for maintaining their readability in a wide range of environments and uses. So if it is durability you are looking for, the custom metal plate is the answer. These metal plates perform better than other types of labels and nameplates in demanding environments. The only performance exception for these metal plates is the use of them in those environments that have chemicals that chemically attack aluminum, such as highly caustic or highly acidic applications. Recommended performance is in a pH range of 5.5 to 8.5.
Why use metal name plates? Photo anodized bar code labels and nameplates read more reliably in demanding situations than paper or poly labels. Different results may be experienced due to variances in reader type, reader distance, and cleanliness of part surface or label or nameplate design. But overall, they are much more readable.
Some of the applications for custom metal plates include affixing serial numbers to transmissions, engines, generators, motors, and other industrial items. Metal name plates are also called UID tags and labels where UID stands for Unique Item Identification or Unique Identification.
Manufacturers all over the country are trying to find an effective way to manage and track finished good and the metal plate has come to the aid. See the material options below for thickness and adhesive options. We can custom make any metal plate for you needs.
These custom metal plates come in the following material thickness and adhesives if needed.
So if it is a custom metal barcode, name plate, or serial number that is needed, give Adazon a call. We can get a quote right to you on any custom metal plate to meet your needs.
- Material: .008” thick matte anodized aluminum is standard. Optional thicknesses include .012”, .032”, and .063”.
- Standard Adhesive: .005” thick pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive that provides an excellent bond to unpainted metal surfaces
- No Adhesive (rivet holes): rivet holes can be placed on any custom metal plate for your unique application.