Brady’s clear, methodical, durable and highly mobile
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Clear & lasting identification for speed & flexibility
Clear, methodical and durable identification of wires and components is vital in Electrical Industries. Speed and flexibility are important to be profitable in this fast and demanding professional environment. In such a competitive market, pressure on time and money can be fierce. Always on the move and negotiating traffic, installers are pressured for time.
This is why Brady offers professionals in the electrical industry a complete range of highly mobile labelling solutions. Brady labels are designed to stick and to remain stuck for years, all the while retaining their readability. All Brady labels are backed up by easy-to-use portable label printers that can be operated using one hand only, for maximum flexibility in the field.
Brady also offers a range of benchtop printers, adapted to printing larger volumes of labels. Engaged in offering complete solutions for the entire electrical industry, Brady has the largest identification product range on offer worldwide. According to industry research Brady systems can reduce cost of downtime by 80%, speed up fault finding by 75% and make installation 20% faster.
Most widely used wire and cable markers for a reason
Brady offers a full range of wire & cable labelling solutions. Brady’s self-laminating labels are the most popular wire identification solution in ICT & Telecom, especially used with copper cables, the typical CAT6 or CAT7 solutions. Brady offers specific labels that, when removed, don’t damage a fibre-optic cable. What’s more, Brady fibre-optic cable labels only slightly touch the fibre-optic and never interfere with its data transfer capacity.
Self-laminating labels protect their printing with a water and UV resistant overlaminate, making them suitable for use both outdoors and underground. Our sleeves can be repositioned when applied. Once heated, they are also insulating. The Brady Tag range offers many options including overlaminates and the ability to withstand harsh environments for many years. For panelbuilders, Durasleeves are the preferred solution, allowing identification of cables before or after they are attached.
- Wrap around Labels
- Wire and Cable Sleeves
- Wire and Cable Tags
- Durasleeve Inserts and Carriers
- Label Printers and Software
Tougher Labels for Tough Environments
When environments are tough, Brady labels get tougher. Durable materials, specialised for various harsh conditions, including all types of aggressive solvents, are available in the Brady offer. When printed with dedicated ribbons, Brady Resistant Labels remain legible and stay in place for years. Several sizes are available.
Select the durable material you need and print it with a dedicated ribbon to guarantee resistant labels & print against all types of solvents.
A Perfect Fit for Every Panel
Professionals in panelbuilding have to mark a lot of terminals. Different panel manufacturers require different shapes of labels and markers. More and more panel manufacturers have defined a small area on their panels where a label can be used. Regardless which panel manufacturer you are working with, rest assured Brady has a tailored solution to neatly identify your specific panel or terminal block. Brady labels are meant to stay in place and to survive all sorts of solvents and cleaning solutions. Brady also offers a full range of clips usable with any terminal block manufacturer.
A continuous stripe of material is offered to place over the terminal block. In many cases the original clips of the manufacturer are used to place the labels.
Standards, Requirements and Specifications
Brady is committed to deliver identification solutions up to and beyond all industry standards. Brady is always pushing forward to adhere to the latest and most advanced industry standards. For a complete list of standards, or for specific requirements, please contact us. We are always ready to add your requirements to our extensive laboratory test plan.
- RoHS compliant – Restriction of Hazardous Substances
- Lead, Mercury, Chromium, Cadmium, Brominated flame retardants
- UL recognised
- UL696 (Underwriters Laboratories): marking & labelling is approved towards this US test method
- CSA accepted (Canadian Standard Association): marking & printing is approved towards this Canadian test method
- DIN VDE 0472 Part 815 requirements: method to determine Halogen content
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