When a musical instrument goes missing
Keeping track of who has got which musical instrument, can be tricky.
Likewise, deterring theft through having instruments marked as belonging to the school is also a vital part of keeping the school’s stock of instruments under control.
Quite often the problem that arises is one of identity. Which of the three clarinets are you holding? How can you tell?
One way of solving this problem is by using small asset labels like Dantech Mini Mark labels. These are ideal for asset labelling the school’s musical instruments as they offer a clear way to identify and track equipment safely.
Why Mini Mark Asset Labels?
Mini mark asset labels are particularly well-suited to this purpose as the text won’t come off the label even with musical instruments that are handled continuously by 'sweaty' hands.
With Dantech's Mini Mark label the required information is engraved into the acrylate label material which gives a permanent high contrast, durable and tamperproof image, suitable for all environments.
The mini asset label sticks easily to the instrument using the high-performance adhesive (on the back on the label) which is suitable for almost all surfaces and which will give high initial adhesion.
Any attempt to tamper with the asset label is evident and indeed the label will fragment if removal is attempted.
Mini Mark Label Options
- Black material with white text or silver material with black text.
- Available with a barcode, inc. 2D DataMatrix code (call for cost details)
- The logo can be included at extra cost subject to sight of the image.
Why choose Dantech asset labels
Dantech is an acknowledged supplier for more than 15 years to both industry, government departments and the educational and health sector of security marking products, asset labels and security labels.
With a high reputation built over the years on customer satisfaction, Dantech can provide help and advice with your marking requirements contact Dantech on 01354 688 488 for expert and unbiased help and advice.
Published on Tuesday 5th July 2016