Equipment labeling is a simple and cost-effective solution whether you're working to improve safety, sustain organization, boost efficiency, or all three! Labels can be put on virtually any size of machine and depending on the adhesive backing, can be applied to a whole range of industrial surfaces.
There is a wide variety of applications for equipment labels:
- Asset Tracking: Using asset tags is an excellent way to keep track of tools or expensive equipment. Utilizing RFID labels, QR codes, or classic barcodes allows you to identify assets and manage inventory easier while reducing the likelihood of theft.
- Arc Flash: Labeling is required on any equipment with the potential of an arc flash including panel boards, industrial control panels, transformers, circuit breakers, etc.
- Safety: Reinforce safety messages or alert workers to equipment hazards with a label. Equipment labels can be formatted like OSHA header signs or ANSI signs and many even feature compliant pictograms.
- Organization: Labels and organization go together like peanut butter and jelly. When organizing workspaces, create homes for tools and equipment by labeling drawers, shelves, bins, etc.
At Creative Safety Supply, we have a massive selection of labels to choose from and if you don't find the right one, we are happy to print you a custom label to match the specific needs of your business. For bigger projects or large facilities, we offer the LabelTac series of industrial printers allowing you to design and print as many labels as you need.
In addition to labels and label printers, we also offer a large library of comprehensive research, expert tips, and how-to guides for labeling. Do you know how direct transfer thermal printing works? Or the format of an arc flash label? We answer these questions and much more below.\
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