Your Ideal Stainless Steel Tags from KDM
Stainless steel tags are small metal labels or identifiers made from stainless steel. Stainless steel is a type of steel alloy that contains chromium, which makes it resistant to corrosion and rust. These tags are durable, long-lasting, and suitable for various applications where corrosion resistance is essential.
Stainless steel tags are often used for labeling, identification, and tagging in industrial, commercial, and outdoor environments. They are commonly employed in situations where exposure to moisture, chemicals, or harsh weather conditions could damage or degrade other materials.
At KDM, we can customize stainless steel tags by engraving, etching, stamping, or embossing your message, artwork, asset details, maintenance records, inspection dates, and serial numbers or logo. We offer various thicknesses, sizes, and types to cater to your specific requirements.
Types of Stainless Steel Tags
Stainless steel tags come in various types, including engraved, blank, barcoded, serialized, embossed, cable, valve, nameplates, dog tags, asset tags, medical tags, and numbered tags. Each type serves specific purposes such as identification, tracking, and labeling in different industries and applications.
Why Do People Like to Choose Stainless Steel Tags?
People choose stainless steel tags because they are durable, resistant to corrosion, and can withstand harsh environments. They offer longevity, strength, and a modern aesthetic. Stainless steel tags are versatile, customizable, and suitable for various applications, making them a popular choice for labeling and identification purposes.
Multiple Usage of Stainless Steel Tags
Stainless steel tags have multiple uses across industries, including industrial equipment identification, asset tracking, outdoor signage, pet tags, medical equipment labeling, valve and pipe marking, cable identification, laboratory asset labeling, food processing product labeling, marine and aerospace applications, construction site identification, and more. Their durability, resistance to corrosion, and versatility make them suitable for diverse and challenging environments.