Nearly Any Application
There is an incredibly wide range of uses for serial number tags. While simple in nature, numbered nameplates can serve a large role as asset tags for various inventory management applications. High durability suited for outdoor use means years, if not decades, of use in the field – all from just one single tag.
Here are just a few of the many applications:
Serialized Asset Tags
As mentioned above, serial number labels are excellent for asset tagging. They provide a quick and seamless solution to managing fixed assets, without having to implement a barcode label scanning system.
Asset tagging helps prevent theft & tamper, makes procedures easier to quantify, and ultimately can raise the efficiency of an organization.
Telecommunications and energy companies alike use serialized sequential metal ID tags to mark their utility poles. This makes inspecting, locating, and quality control of their poles significantly easier. Plus, since the nameplates are for outdoor use, they need to be able to hold up to adverse conditions. Our metal serial number tags are perfect for this use.
Many organizations implement job tags into their manufacturing or service processes. Oftentimes in this process, each part of a job is assigned a standardized number. Job tagging helps to streamline processes and prevent mistakes or misplaced pieces.
Industries far and wide use serial number tags to mark their equipment, tools, and more.
Here are some prominent examples:
- Oil & Gas
- And Many More!
At Metal Marker, we strive to provide unique identification solutions. This means your serial number labels are custom-made for your exact needs. You give us the exact specifications you want, and we produce the nameplate to match your specs.
Here are a few examples:
- Color (Anodized Aluminum)
One of the best processes for serialized numbering is our metal embossing process. This creates very durable nameplates with raised characters. The numbers will stay legible even when the numbers get painted over or exposed to dirt and grime.
Stamping is another viable option for creating serial number tags. These tags feature numbers that are directly indented into the material, providing a long-lasting solution.
If you want a serialized tag, but also need to add a barcode, QR code – photo anodization is a better solution for you.
High-quality materials make the best products. Some of our most popular material choices for serial number plates include:
- Stainless Steel
- Cold Rolled Steel
- And More!