New Paint Mask Labels Cut Costs for Asset Identification and Maintenance
Permanent,self-affixing solution for cables, hoses, pipes, conduit, large wire bundles
September 6, 2016 Milwaukee – HellermannTyton, www.hellermann.tyton.com, announces the release of Paint Mask Labels, a customizable, permanent, self-laminating ID solution enabling manufacturers to paint over printed data, then peel off a proactive mask when the information is needed. Paint Mask Labels are ideal for use in trucks, military vehicles, heavy duty machinery and ships, as well as machines using hydraulic lines or cables. The patent pending solution maximizes manufacturing efficiencies, protects assets from the elements and reduces the costs for identification and maintenance.
“Heavy equipment assembly can be more efficient when painting the entire vehicle is the last step,” explained Todd Fries, Marketing Manager ID Systems. “In some processes, builders affix metal labels and then paint. Paint Mask Labels eliminate damage to information caused when having to scrape off paint, and prevent damage to wires and cables caused by metal labels as they age, corrode and slip.”
When Paint Mask Labels are used with HellermannTyton’s TagPrint® Pro 3.0 labeling software and thermal transfer printers, manufacturers have a complete,economic, time-saving system that simplifies the assembly process and protects critical information against extreme conditions and common solvents.
For more information, end users should contact their local HellermannTyton distributor or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
HellermannTyton’s systems and solutions help enterprises in electrical, OEM, datacom, automotive,heavy equipment, renewable energy and other industries better manage and identify wire, cable and components. The company’s engineered solutions and innovative products are designed and constructed to meet the strictest quality standards while delivering reliable implementation at the lowest cost. HellermannTyton is a global manufacturer located in 37 countries, with North American headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (www.hellermann.tyton.com).