Textile markings can take the form of sewn-in tags or self-adhesive labels made of nylon or gentle satin. Their main advantages are high flexibility, resistance to chemicals, and if required, very good adhesion to difficult substrates.
- textile self-adhesive labels are very flexible and have adhesives of extremely strong adhesion levels, making them ideal for such difficult applications as the rough and often rigid surfaces of various textiles
- textile sewn-in tags and labels are usually printed with different information by the customer on their thermal transfer printers. A special type of resin ribbon is used for printing, resistant to washing, chemical agents and high temperatures.
USE / INDUSTRIES
textile sewn-in tags for the clothing and knitting industry, identification of, for example, cloth composition, ironing, and manufacturer’s details, marking safety belts or upholstered elements in cars. Textile self-adhesive labels are mainly used in the furniture industry (e.g. marking cloth samples), applications in carpet production and the automotive industry (e.g. car carpets)