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Regoplast Inspection Tags

Customizable and tamper-proof

– Security marking –
– Inspection tags on forgery-safe protective foil –
– self-destructive –

We offer inspection tags and seals specifically customized for any need, for example unplasticized PVC inspection tags produced under negative pressure. The manufacturing process and hole marking provide a
high degree of safety when these tags are used for labelling.

The size of the unplasticized PVC inspection tags can be customized. You can also choose colour and print (e.g. your company logo). The unplasticized PVC inspection tags are fixed by metallic s-shaped hooks which you can also by at Regoplast.

We offer standard solutions made of forgery-safe protective foil. Once fixed, test seals are destroyed when removed. Any kind of manipulation becomes visible.

Our inspection tags are manufactured in accordance with BGVA3 or BGVA4. They contain individual text (e.g. “next inspection” or company logo), year and months, or standard text.

Inspection tags can be bought either as booklets with 10 pages containing 10 tags each or as sheets. Reels are availabe on request.

Details of the inspection tags

Inspection tags standard version

Security marking
Inspection tags on forgery-safe protective foil, self-destructive, with imprint “in accordance with BGVA 2”

(regulation of the official accident insurance institution DGUV § 4)

Field of application: electrical devices, etc.

ModelSize in mm (booklet)Diameter in mm
(inspection tag)
Colour according to DINTextPackaging unitOrder number
Inspection tag booklet, 10 pages with 10 inspection tags each = 100 pieces175 x 7525yellowsee illustrationpiece/unit511700
chromed punch plier""511710
Custom changes on request

Inspection tags for electrical engineering

ModelSizeColourTextPackaging unitOrder number
next inspection80 x 40whitesiehe Abb.a see illustration 1100511711
Inspection in accordance with accident prevention regulations (UVV), next inspection80 x 40whitesee illustration 2100511712
year and 12 monthsØ 35depending on yearsee illustration 3100511713
next inspectionØ 30yellowsee illustration 4100511714
year and 12 monthsØ 15depending on yearsee illustration 5100511715
protective foil in bookletØ 25transparent-100511716

Inspection tags made of unplasticized PVC

Field of application: Preventive maintenance, service and oil change intervals, lifting vehicles, cranes, containers, valves, small devices, etc.
Colour in accordance with DIN 204 / 2404Ø mmTextPackaging unitOrder number
yellow32see illustration100511720
suitable hitches available on request"100511730

Inspection tags made of unplasticized PVC, incl. hitch

Colour in accordance with DIN 204 / 2404Ø mmTextPackaging unitOrder number
yellow75see illustration100511740
Custom changes available on request. 15 % surcharge if ordered individually.

Referenzen: Der Spiegel einer erfolgreichen Zusammenarbeit

S.C. Astra Rail Industries (RO)
ACTEMIUM Controlmatic GmbH
Aughinish Alumina (IE)
Bilfinger & Berger
Boehringer Ingelheim
DB Netz AG
DEKRA Akademie Stuttgart
Dow Corning
Emons Transport
E.ON Technologies GmbH
Evonik Industries AG
Fenthol & Sandtmann GmbH (lt. Infra)
GATX Rail Germany GmbH
Hagemeyer Deutschland
Hoyer Group
Johnson Controls
Josef Meyer Rail AG (CH)
Juwi Solar
Köstritzer Brauerei
Krone Fahrzeugbau
Ludwig Höcketstaller Spedition GmbH
MUH Milch - Union - Hocheifel eG
Radeberger Brauerei
Sanofi Aventis Deutschland GmbH
Siemens AG
Silver Fox Ltd. (IE)
Spedition Schenker
TU Darmstadt
VanHool (BE)
Waggonbau Graaff GmbH


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