Cable/Wire Labels

Cable labels are extremely important for keeping your wires, network, voice and data lines organized and running effectively. They will help you quickly identify the right voice lines during troubleshooting and can be used to mark the data lines for upcoming installs and repairs. We offer cable labels in a variety of sizes, materials and colors to fit almost any wire, voice, data and video cabling applications. Durable material options will help you identify wires and cables even in the harshest environments. Cable labeling is also available for racks, shelves, telecomm main grounding bus bars, fire stopping locations, pathways and general voice and data marking in the telecommunications closet.

Flame Retardant Polyimide

BAZHOU has flame retardant wire markers based on polyimide film for cable and wire manufacture. They are thermal transfer printable materials equipped with an ultra-aggressive acrylic adhesive which allows these markers be utilized as a flag identifier (PSA to PSA) or uniformly wrap around a wire or cable for identification and tracking.
These wire markers are used across many industries from commuter railways to avionics. To understand why flame retardant polyimide construction is essential to manufacturers in the Aerospace industry.


Coated nylon cloth label materials. These materials have a permanent pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive and a high opacity, matte white colored top coat specifically designed for thermal transfer, dot matrix or write-on (e.g. ballpoint pen) printing. These materials are very flexible and conformable and work very well on irregular surfaces. This makes Polyonics’ nylon labels the ideal choice for wire marking or other round surfaces such as cables and tubing. They are not recommended for outdoor use. These nylon materials have a temperature rating of -40° to 293°F (-40°-145°C).

Cable and wire labels is critical in the identification, assembly and repair of electrical control panels, wire harnesses, and data/telecommunications systems. It is an upfront cost that saves time and labor expenses when changes or repairs need to occur to the systems you work on.

There are several wire labels that you can choose from; including heat-shrink sleeves, wrap-around labels, self-laminating labels, flags, and rigid tags.

Anyone with a home theater, workstation, or really anywhere with a lot of cables in one place, knows the extremely annoying feeling of unplugging the wrong cable. Picking the right one can feel like defusing a bomb, especially when all the wires look the same. But there is a simple and economical way to make sure you never have to worry about such things again!

Lables for cables and wires are an easy solution. Cable markers come in many varieties, including pre-printed labels, blank labels that you can write on, and printable labels that can be customized on a label printer. There are many types of electrical wire identification labels, including adhesive wraps, ties, or clips if you need to be able to easily remove and replace them. For a guaranteed non-slip, clean look, you can even use printed heat shrink for the labeling of cables and wires.

We also offer custom label and heat-shrink printing upon request, so please call us for further information!

A cable ID tag typically consists of a tie that loops around cables (or cable bundles) with a tag on the end that serves to identify what it’s wrapped around. There are many pre-printed varieties, or blank options that let you write in whatever type of label you wish. These tags are useful because they allow for an easily readable, highly visible flat surface to clearly show the ID. On the other hand, a possible drawback is that in tight spaces, a tag that hangs off of cabling or bundles can take up room and be cumbersome. There are several varieties of tags, some with hook and loop closures, and others like Unitags that can be rotated 360 degrees for even more convenient identification. Tags are found just about everywhere, from the networking and electrical fields to home use in entertainments systems and home theaters.