Pre-printed barcode labels
SageData is based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
There is a wide range of sizes and types of barcode labels available to suit your individual needs. Below you will find a list of some of the most standard label materials and available sizes.
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STOCK TYPE / Description
Standard Sizes (ins / mm)
Polyester / Vinyl stock
White polyester material, general purpose for industrial applications.
2.5 x 1.0 / 63.5 x 25.4
Tamper-resistant / destructible stock
White destructible vinyl material, weather and heat resistant.
2.5 x 1.0 / 63.5 x 25.4
Standard paper stock.
4.0 x 6.0 / 106.2 x 152.4
The clear overlay is applied manually
over affixed printed label for added protection and
durability. (In other words, it is a 2-step process).
3.0 x 1.5 / 76.2 x 38.1
* The name of organization applies to larger sized labels, as it may not fit on smaller labels.
We can provide a wide range of custom labels as well, including metal, colour logo, and labels with overlays. Prices are quoted in Canadian dollars and a set-up charge may apply.
Lead time is typically three to five business days after receipt of your order and/or after signed approval of label design proof.
SageData offers a registry service. We keep track of all prior orders, and
make sure that there is no duplication.
Some regular clients place orders in the form of
five thousand more of the small ones.
us to provide the labels that you want, in conformance with established specifications and
We have supplied barcode labels for managing IT equipment, museum artifacts, fire protection equipment, dangerous materials, classified files, archival file storage, vehicles, radios, weapons, and emergency equipment. Our labels have been used to identify locations for security personnel, and equipment where regular maintenance is critical for safety and reliability.
Labels can be supplied in a variety of barcode formats, including Code 128, Code 3 of 9, and two dimensional symbologies. And, if you are not sure which symbology is most appropriate for your application, give us a call. We will be pleased to help.
To ensure a ready supply of labels, or to inquire further, contact Trinity Joseph:
For further information browse the following pages:
- introduction to barcode technology
- how do I choose the best barcode reader?
- barcode label color and background
- request a quote for barcode labels