Printed circuit boards and other high heat production processes place special demands on barcode labels. Our polyimide (Kapton®) and other durable, yet cost-effective labels will withstand all rigorous manufacturing processes including soldering, galvanization, and cleaning, ranging as high as 1000°F (537°C) for some of our materials.
In an effort to reduce the use of hazardous materials in electronic equipment, as well as to encourage the recycling of these products, EIM also offers high temperature labels that meet the following directives:
Directive 2002/96/EC – WEEE
|High Temp Label Materials||Description|
|410||2 mil White Polyimide withstands higher temperatures up to 600F associated with Lead-Free Solder processes. View Spec Sheet|
|405||2 mil White ESD Polyimide offers a highly reduced level of electrostatic discharge created when labels are removed from a liner or PCB. View Spec Sheet|
|636||2 mil Gloss White, general purpose polyimide. View Spec Sheet|
|374||Special high-temp White Plastic is designed with a strong adhesive to handle intermittent exposure up to 500°F. View Spec Sheet|
|340||2 mil White Polyester with excellent scratch and water resistance. Recommended for post-solder circuit board marking only. View Spec Sheet|
Our article detailing the process for meeting tough requirements for labeling printed circuit boards. Resources & Other Types of Labels for Electronics Manufacturing:
Information on RoHS, or Restrictions on Hazardous Substances, and the Lead Free Initiative.
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