For the average card carrier, the industry standard PVC material is a great fit. In terms of durability, it is designed to be long lasting and typically is. However, some industries do need a little extra oomph in terms of the strength of their ID card material. In those cases, a composite material will likely be a much better fit. Let’s take a look at the Polyester/PVC composite material for your organization’s ID cards.
Polyester/PVC Composite ID Cards
This composite material offers an edge over standard PVC because it provides a more durable and bendable experience, which is preventative of breakage in the majority of circumstances. Additionally, because of their composition, they offer an increased resistance to heat making them particularly preventative against warping.
The composite cards come available in the the standard credit card size which is 30mil in thickness, making them appear identically to that of a standard PVC card.
Is Composite Right for Me?
The composite cards are a great fit for industries that my be exposed to more aggressive or harsh environments. These cards are ideal for industries such as construction because they can withstand above-average wear and tear. Additionally, if your ID cards will be exposed to high heat scenarios, the composite material is definitely the route you should take.
If you would like more information about Polyester/PVC or other types of composite material, give us a call! One of our representatives would be delighted to provide you with more information and helped you make a quality, informed decision about what is best for the needs of your organization. Call (866) 610-4308