Consumables - Labels
Our Direct Thermal 4.0 Inch, 5.0 Inch, 6.0 Inch and 8.0 Inch Roll Diameter Labels are available in paper or synthetic formats. Paper labels are inexpensive, yet offer excellent print quality and can be used in a multitude of general-purpose applications. Synthetic labels are durable, long lasting, and resistant to abrasion, moisture, heat, tearing, and chemicals
Sequential Labels Most product identification nameplates and labels are printed in sequential order. During the printing process the nameplates and labels are given an alpha-numeric or numeric serial number. Serial numbers are assigned to a group of identical items. Each serial number gives specific product a unique identity. Some nameplates and labels with serial numbers also have barcode symbologies. The nameplates and labels that do not use barcode symbologies can be embossed with a lone serial number. Like checkbook numbers or the pages in a book, each label receives a unique number of its own stamped in order - one, two, three, etc…
The aerospace, medical, telecommunications, military and manufacturing industries are examples of industries that need sequential labels to do business
Temperature-Resistant – From -40°C to 121°C. Tough-Tags resist boiling water baths, autoclaving and moderate freezer temperatures.
Tough – Chemically inert, polyester sheets resist most organic solvents and caustic agents. They adhere to most plastics*, glass and metals without cracking, peeling or degrading.
Compatible – Tubes labeled with Tough-Tags easily slide in and out of centrifuge rotors without binding.
Specially Designed – Label sheets are specially top-coated to readily accept laser printing. Heat-resistant, stay-flat sheets will not jam in laser printers.