Stainless Steel Tags

At Big City Manufacturing, we custom manufacture stainless steel tags, labels, identification plates, discs, and blanks in bulk at wholesale prices. We can custom engrave, etch, stamp, and emboss your stainless steel blanks, plates, and tags using our state-of-the-art machines to create your finished product. Using stainless steel for tags, discs, labels, and plates ensures that your chosen product will stand the test of time, even in the harshest environments because stainless steel is a material that can withstand extreme temperatures and severe conditions.

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Grades of Stainless Steel Blanks, Discs, & Tags

300 Series Stainless Steel Tags

We offer type 304 and type 316, also referred to as AISI 304 and AISI 316.

Stainless steel tags and nameplates are great for harsh environments when you need identification for equipment that needs to withstand the elements. When your specifications call for corrosion-resistant steel tags and labels (CRES), 304 and 316 stainless steel will meet the demand.

400 Series Stainless Steel Tags

We also offer 400 series stainless steel. 400 series plates aren't as corrosion-resistant as 300 series plates, but they still exhibit strong heat and wear resistance.

Ordering stainless steel tags from Big City Manufacturing ensures that your product will be the most durable, long-lasting tags available. We also offer custom sizes, shapes and several marking methods including stamping, embossing, and engraving. Additionally, we offer stainless steel tags for valves and pipes.

Customizing Your Stainless Steel Tag

Ordering stainless steel tags from Big City Manufacturing ensures that your product will be the most durable, long-lasting tags available. We also offer custom sizes, shapes and several marking methods including stamping, embossing and engraving. Additionally, stainless steel valve and pipe tags are available.

Disclaimer: This is not a proof for your final product. The above tag builder will only be used for initial quote correspondence only.

What Are Some Common Applications for Stainless Steel Tags?

Which Industries Use Stainless Steel Tags?

  • Aerospace
  • Oil & Gas
  • Petrochemical
  • Food & Beverage
  • Automotive
  • Healthcare
  • And more!

What Are The Ways Stainless Steel Tags Can Be Customized?

  • Embossed - creates raised text by pressing the metal upwards.
  • Etched - uses chemicals or lasers to etch.
  • Stamped - stamps a piece of metal with a metal stamp.
  • Engraved - uses a laser or rotary to engrave.

What Is the Difference Between Engraving and Stamping?

  • Metal Engraving is the process of slightly removing very specific parts of metal to create a design through the use of a laser or rotary, providing a more finely-tuned design. Metal Stamping is the process of impressing a shape, design, or text into a piece of metal by hitting or stamping it with a metal stamp, creating a durable, recessed design.

 

We also offer a series of hand-operated and automated machines to purchase for any marking, stamping and embossing requirements you may have for your stainless steel discs, blanks, and tags:

  • Portable Marking Kits - these marking tools allow you to add data to your steel tags and plates wherever you may go.
  • Manual Stamping Equipment - stamp letters, numbers, and punctuation into your steel tags and nameplates manually with a machine that allows for adjustable impression depth.
  • Automated Marking Machines - easy to use marking machines that allow you to meet your marking requirements quickly and efficiently with no training required.
  • Metal Embossing Machine - a cost-effective alternative to stamping with a 25% increase in production speeds. Accommodates steel plates with either manual or automatic loading and unloading.

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