Tilt Indicator Labels at a glance

  • For monitoring goods that must remain upright.
  • Provides undeniable evidence of mishandling.
  • Acts as a visual deterrent to mishandling, while
    providing an immediate indication of potential damage.

Part Number: 1100 Tilt

Tilt Indicator Labels in Use

Use the Tilt Indicator with companion alert label for maximum effectiveness. “Red” Indicates that the box was tilted in excess of 65-75 degrees. This indicates mishandling.

Ideal for various types of cargo, such as:

  • Consumer Electronics
  • Industrial Equipment
  • Office Equipment
  • Computer Hardware
  • Electronics
  • Auto and Truck Parts
  • Packaging/Crating
  • HVAC
  • Furniture and Fixtures
  • Glass
  • Aerospace and Defense
  • Appliances
  • Energy and Utilities
  • Logistics / Transport and Storage
  • Scientific and Technical Instruments

How to Apply

Step 1

Remove adhesive from the upper corner

Step 2

Place Tilt Indicator on Companion Label

Step 3

Remove adhesive covering

Step 4

Adhere Companion Label with Tilt Indicator to shipping box

Accessories

Shock Label Companion Label

Increases handler’s awareness that the package is being monitored and provides instructions on receiving damaged shipments.

Alert Tape

Applied to shipping boxes as a visual reminder that package is fragile and is being monitored.

Fragile Label

Applied to shipping boxes as a visual reminder that package is fragile and is being monitored.

Specifications

 

*Tilt Label Indicators Specs

 

Category Measurements / Information
Activation Angle 80° ±5°
Arming Method Remove adhesive backing
Dimensions 2.95″ x 2.4″ (7.5 cm x 6 cm)
Companion Label Dimensions 9.75″ x 6.75″ (24.8 cm x 17.1 cm)
Operating Temperature -40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C)
Mounting Surface mounted via self-adhesive
Part Number 1100 Tilt

 

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