Keeping Track of School Musical Instruments

asset labels for musical instrumentsSchools often hold a wide range of musical instruments and keeping track of then especially when on loan to pupils can be a challenge. All too easily instruments can go missing adding the extra financial burden of replacing these items.

Schools need a cost effective and easy to use system to identify and track all their musical assets. This system need to have good longevity and be suitable for the wide range of instrument types and sizes.

Our mini mark labels are ideal for asset marking a wide range of items including cameras, musical instruments and small items of equipment. They provide a clear way to identify and track equipment safely and are particularly well-suited for musical instruments that are handled continuously as the text won’t come off the asset label, even with regular use.

With the Mini mark label the required information is engraved into acrylate label material giving a permanent high contrast, durable and tamperproof image suitable for all environments.

The asset label is then affixed easily to the instrument using high performance adhesive which is suitable for almost all surfaces and which will give high initial adhesion.

In this way the image cannot be ‘wiped off’ – for it is permanently engraved into the label.  Any attempt to tamper with the label is evident and indeed the label will fragment if removal is attempted.  This in turn is a valuable theft deterrent especially if everyone in the school knows that this is the case. 

The Dantech Mini mark labels can be provided with white text on black or silver material with black text.

Label information can easily be recorded against a simple database of loan and condition information allowing schools to not only see which items are on loan and to who, but also the condition and availability of instruments. This will in turn help musical budgets to be used more effectively.

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Published on Monday 21st January 2013

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