New Label Standard
HellermannTyton's carton, box and bag labels have changed for the better. You may notice a different format for the label which you are receiving. The information that you usually receive is still on the label but it could have moved to a new standardized location. See below for details and an outline of the key elements.
A global number code to allow the same HellermannTyton products to be purchased anywhere in the world for greater convenience and more uniform transactions.
A designation that will appear on any technical drawings related to this product. This designation indicates the product's family and format.
Where practical, a simplified drawing of the product will appear on the label. This can also be a text description.
This barcode is the part number that was ordered locally. In some cases you can use this part number to receive your inventory.
A European Article Number (EAN) is a barcoding standard which is a superset of the original 12-digit Universal Product Code (UPC) system developed in North America.
The Universal Product Code (UPC) is the barcode widely used in the United States and Canada for items in stores.
Quantity, color, size, and material are still included on each label along with other pertinent information specific to the part. For instance, some parts may include Military Specification numbers and other information near the bottom.
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