Metalcraft launches DuraDestruct RFID tags for applications that need long read range, secure, and durable identity. These tags are tamper-free and reinforce RFID access control, authentication, and asset tracking with the assurance that the tags will not be transferred.
DuraDestruct RFID security tags have a patent-pending construction, providing the label useless upon removal or tampering. The specialized construction removes the transferability of the RFID tag and integrates two levels of destructibility. If anyone tries to remove the tag, the RFID antenna construction breakdowns into separate parts, which makes the read range of the tag mere inches. If the person attempts to reassemble them so that it becomes functional, the part that is still adhered will disintegrate if someone tries to remove it from the object.
The CEO of Metalcraft, Kyle Bermel, stated that DuraDestruct RFID tags of Metalcraft provide peace of mind to access control, asset tracking leaders, and supply chain, as these security tags cannot be transferred and are durable. DuraDestruct offers an extra level of security for RFID protection systems and RFID anti-theft that can track and authenticate high-value assets. Bermel confirmed that these work wonders on windshield glass for gated communities, tracking bins, vehicle tracking totes, and other returnable containers.
Metalcraft’s tag supports access control, vehicle identification, asset tracking and authentication, supply chain, and other applications that need secure identification. Custom numbering and custom printing are also available with no extra charge.
With its headquarters based in Mason City, Iowa, Metalcraft has delivered identification solutions since 1950. It is an innovative, strong, and growing enterprise that lives by its corporate values and drives by the Metalcraft Compass. The company designs, engineers, and manufactures tailored RFID and barcode tags and labels for nearly any tagging requirement, specially assess control, OEM applications, and asset tracking. Metalcraft also provides a broad range of services, including pilot projects and RFID prototyping.