Skład Techniczny has just started working with yet another world-class supplier – Brady.
William Brady founded the W. H. Brady Company in 1914 in Wisconsin, starting by producing photo calendars, displays for ice cream parlours, and store advertisements. During World War II, in response to the need for clear identifications of wires on ships, airplanes and other equipment, Brady began producing labels with extreme resistance to high temperatures. Since then, Brady has remained a trusted supplier of identification solutions, providing workplace safety in a variety of conditions, including extreme ones.
Today, 70% of commercial aircraft worldwide is identified by Brady products.
Brady’s offer includes high-quality labels, identification products for health and safety and facility identification, printers and software, and Lockout/Tagout systems. A wide selection of identification labels, made of different materials and with different adhesives, allows the selection of the ideal product for the unique needs of each identification. Brady labels stick on clean, rough, oily and powdered surfaces, and remain legible when exposed to extreme temperatures, chemicals, abrasion and pressure.