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It’s time to raise your expectations, and take aerospace labeling to the next level with Brady. Designed for lasting performance under the most extreme conditions, only Brady delivers the comprehensive solution — including expertly engineered materials, software, printing systems and specialty options — to provide a complete, end-to-end aerospace labeling solution from start to finish.


Brady B-999, B-990 and B-992 Fluid Line Tapes are constructed of a flexible, polyester film. Designed for aircraft tubing identification, these tapes offer exceptional performance, high tensile strength, and are resistant to high temperatures and harsh chemicals like Skydrol®.


Brady B-437, B-642 and B-637 wrap-around label materials are constructed of polyvinyl fluoride (Tedlar®) tape for high chemical resistance, low smoke and toxicity release, and exceptional self-extinguishing properties. Continuous operating temperature: 275°F (135°C).


Brady-B342, B-344, B-345, B-7642 and B-7646 were designed to meet rigorous aviation flammability, smoke and toxicity requirements. These irradiated, printable heat shrink tubing materials are available in various colors and 2:1 or 3:1 shrink ratios. Temperature range: -95°F to 500°F (-70°C to 260°C).


The Brady B-508 Nomex® Tag provides exceptional resistance to heat, solvents and tears, with a -95°F to 265°F (-70°C to 130°C) temperature range. For zero-halogen applications, B-7643 Thermoplastic Polyether-Polyurethane is an option when temperature resistance is not also required.


Increase efficiency at least 5x over with the Brady Wraptor wire marking system. Engineered to automate printing and application of Brady wrapping materials, Wraptor can be used as a standalone system or an integrated production component.


Built for durability and the flexibility to match evolving production demands, the Brady BSP®45 Assisted Sleeve Applicator was designed to simplify high-volume sleeve application in any environment. Significantly reduces manual labor through automated sleeve positioning.


Alongside the in-house capacity to create and prototype new materials, Brady also offers a range of qualified substrates. Brady B-423, B-724, B-428, B-457, B-483, B-489, B-7552, B-787, R4300 and R6000 meet approval on aerospace QPLs. Compliant with Spec 2000 Chapter 9-4 and 9-5.


Brady B-7593 is a cost-effective metal nameplate alternative and does not require riveting or fasteners, and offers exception imprint and surface resistance. Constructed of print-ready polyester with a double-sided adhesive tape, compressible foam carrier and permanent acrylic adhesive.


Engineered for solvent, water and abrasion resistance, Brady B-141 is constructed of print-ready polyester that to support resilient, multi-colored signs, labels and markings for the internal aircraft cabin.