inotec ceramic labels are used for extreme environment applications where conventional labelling could not survive. These labels are available in a range of designs and formats to suit various extreme conditions, for temperatures up to 1,400°C, and prolonged exposure to chemical, acids and aggressive solvents.
A steel ceramic label consists of a special stainless, heatproof steel covered with a layer of ceramic. The ceramic layer is printed in a thermal transfer process and applied to the steel substrate. The steel background compensates for the fragility of the ceramic material and allows the label to be fixed mechanically using screws, rivets or welding.
Because of their robust, durable properties, these labels are often used for marking racks, containers and workpiece carriers permanently in a wide range of thermal and/or chemical processes.
This steel ceramic label consists of special stainless, heatproof steel, covered with a layer of ceramic. The ceramic layer is printed in a thermal transfer process and applied to the steel substrate. The steel background compensates for the fragility of the ceramic material and allows the label to be fixed mechanically using screws, rivets or welding.
The Ceralabel Green ceramic labels are available on rolls in a wide range of formats. They are very flexible labels which are particularly suited for shaped or curved surfaces. These labels are printed in a thermal transfer process and are available in blank or printed formats. Following a special firing process, the labels are permanently bonded to the surface. These labels are used primarily in the glass industry for marking tubes, cylinders and other glass products and are available for various temperatures, from 400°C to 1200°C.
This label is produced specifically for on-site laser engraving of your data. The type LSL600/800/1000 compound labels are extremely resilient and can withstand heavy mechanical damage immediately after marking. They are suitable for identifying hot surfaces and/or chemical processes.
Labels made from full ceramic are suitable for temperature ranges of up to 1650°C. Temperature ranges from 1000°C to 1650°C can be achieved. These labels are used in manufacturing processes which require extremely high temperatures, such as the production of cements or granulates.
Our etched steel labels provide a reliable solution for the most extreme mechanical and chemical loads. These labels can be manufactured in any format and with any type of coding. The barcodebarcode
Depiction of numbers (e.g. item numbers) using a system of bars, suitable to be read directly into a computer.
is either completely cut out or engraved into the surface. Individual formats and different material strengths are available.