Barcode Labels for Records Management
The benefits of using barcodes for automated data collection are simple: speed and accuracy. Companies with integrated barcoding systems are commonly achieving 99% data accuracy. Barcoding enables users to work faster, without sacrificing accuracy, providing a dramatic increase in efficiency and productivity, particularly in the record center environment.
Barcodes That Stand the Test of Time
Most in-house printed labels do not pass the test of time in three particular areas: adhesive, paper and print quality. The adhesive deteriorates, the paper turns brown and the print flakes or fades.
O'Neil's barcode labels are designed for quick, easy and accurate access to the information you need to conduct business — because one lost file or container, due to a label falling off or flaking can cost you time and money. Versatile, durable and easily readable, they are as innovative and reliable as our software.
Adhesive That Sticks Around
Typically, industrial conditions in record centers or corporate storage environments are not good for standard label adhesives. They break down in heat, absorb into the container and label, as well as evaporate when exposed to air.
To ensure the durability and reliability of our barcode labels, Chemsultants, an independent Adhesive Consulting and Laboratory Testing company, put our label stock through an intensive and accelerated aging process simulating 20 years in a typical warehouse. None of the samples tested displayed any signs of peeling, flagging, curling, penetration, migration or oozing.
Durable, Long-Lasting Label Image
O'Neil barcode labels are produced with an ultra-durable synthetic material, conducive with the rigors of record centers. These labels are impervious to high and low heat, moisture, chemicals, rubbing, scratching and tearing.
Printed with a high DPI (dots per inch) printing technology, O'Neil barcode labels are easily identified by crisp, high definition text, graphic and barcode print quality.
In time and with exposure to light, all paper will turn yellow or brown. To keep this from happening, O'Neil's labels are printed on an acid-free synthetic stock, that is custom produced and will not turn color.
Unsurpassed Scan Read Rates
At O'Neil, we ensure that every barcode label order passes through a stringent test scanning process. ANSI (the American National Standards Institute) considers a grade of 'C' acceptable.
O'Neil doesn't. We require that each order goes through a verification and audit process, with a scan grade of 'A' assuring impeccable scan read rates.
Special Label Options Available
Colors: White, Light Green, Light Blue and Light Yellow
Layout Options: Fanfold or Rolls