Posted on March 30, 2011 - ( views)
Breaking up like an eggshell on attempted removal, the high-strength CILS-8800C labels from Cils International cannot be removed intact and reapplied to a different unit; protecting data integrity. They stick to all difficult textured, curved and even oily, low-energy, plastic, powder-coated and cast metal surfaces, surviving the harshest industrial environments. Suitable for the permanent identification of heavy-duty industrial equipment, components and machinery, the labels provides the strength needed to survive the life of the product yet is technically developed to destruct on attempted removal.
Edited by: Teoman Tugsuz
Computer Imprintable Label Systems Ltd
BN14 8NL Worthing
For the harshest industrial conditions
For cast metal and textured surfaces
For offshore hydraulic hoses
Come with heavy duty label adhesives
For long-term product identification
High performance, computer printable
For heavily textured surfaces
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