To print seawater-resistant labels using thermal transfer printers, we can offer you a range of labels, constructed from various foils, and of the finest quality. All thermal transfer materials comply with the stringent requirements in British Standard Section 2.
The films that are marked with * also comply with British Standard Section 3 in connection with the defined printing methods.
Seawater-resistant labels is essential for the labeling of containers used in the chemical industry. It is mandated in regulations like the GHS regulation.
Seawater-resistant labels for thermal transfer printers cannot only be applied manually following printing, but they can also be used with labellers. The advanced roller technology and the specially designed separation force properties guarantee a smooth labelling even at the highest speed of labelling. Despite the intense adhesive use we can effectively prevent contamination of both the printer as well as the labeller using an exclusive punching method.
These seawater-resistant labels for the making of roll labels, as well as fold labels.
We’ll be delighted to answer any questions you may have and provide you with an individual quote for seawater-resistant thermal transfer labels in the format you prefer. By using the contact form, you can contact us fast effortlessly and conveniently.
The advantages and disadvantages of film materials . When should you choose which film?
The thermal transfer labels composed of polyethylene film and polypropylene film can be used to facilitate the process of “sorted recycling” and are able to be chosen in accordance with the material used for containers and packaging. This is especially important when it comes to stretch films or shrink hoods to protect pallets.
Modified to suit the needs of usage
Based on the needs the other characteristics are essential in the various areas of application. In this case, the films may have distinct differences in their resistance to chemical. The variations in flexibility are crucial for the gluing of smooth or round surfaces.
The Paper Erprint films with their paper-like surfaces offer the superior print quality of coated paper and the endurance of PE or films made of PP.
They are typically employed when the most high-quality demands are put on the print as well as the images of the print, for instance, with smaller fonts or barcodes/barcodes, special characters , logos and other symbols.
They also meet the requirements for hot filling, such as for the industry of chemicals, and with flying colours.
Seawater-certified roll labels made from Polyethylene Film (PE) to allow thermal transfer printing
We create optically attractive glossy labels made of white PE film. These are typically used on PE surfaces to recycle.
The flexibility that the film has can also allow it to be attached to curving surfaces like barrels or deformable packs with no any issues. The LASERPLUS labels are distinguished by their weather-resistant properties and are suitable for use outdoors.
Labels made from this material are typically placed on HDPE barrels as well as PE shrink hoods, and PE stretch film. The labels made of foil can be reused along with the packaging as per the type.
- PE film White, glossy, very opaque and extremely adhesive
Seawater-resistant labels made of LASERPLUS PE paperprint blend the superior quality printing of coated paper and the long-lasting PE film. The print quality and print resolution of this particular material are excellent. The film is well suitable for post-inscription using thermal transfer printers or matrix printers (resin and resin/wax ribbons, or thermo transfer ribbon).
The print is smudge-proof as well as scratch-proof. Labels made from LASERPLUS PE paperprint are UV-stable and weatherproof. They can be used outdoors without issue. They are resistant to heat and are also suitable to fill at temperatures that are extremely high. The adhesive is extremely durable even on hard surfaces.
- PE White paperprint, matt, opaque, very sticky
* Certified according to BS 5609 Section 3 in relation to: printed at LASERPLUS using the flexo printing process using certified colors like yellow and red , and a thermal transfer printers using ZEBRA model 110xi4 that comes with different thermal transfer ribbons / thermal transfer foil
Seawater-resistant roll labels made from Polypropylene Film (PP) to allow thermal transfer printing
Through the help of this PVC film is produced, we can create highly attractive optically transparent, glossy labels for you. They are typically placed on PP surfaces to recycle the material.
The appearance of the mother-of-pearl on the film creates a unique appearance. These labels are extremely soft and can be used on curving surfaces as well as for applications that require extreme weather resistance as well as resistance to chemical. They are also suitable to label cosmetics as well as household cleaning products and so on.
- PP film transparent, white, glossy with a top coat highly adhesion *
- PP paper matt, print, white extremely sticky
* Certified according to BS 5609 Section 3 in connection with pre-printed at LASERPLUS using the flexo printing process using certified colors like yellow and red, and a thermal transfer printers from ZEBRA model 110 xi4 and different thermo ribbons for transfer (thermal transfer foils, or an ink ribbons).
Seawater-resistant roll labels made from Polyester film (PET) to allow thermal transfer printing
The labels made of polyester are distinguished by their high resistance to mechanical forces like e.g. B. scratches off. They are UV-resistant and weatherproof which means they can be used outdoors with no issues. Additionally, this film of polyester is extremely durable and tear-resistant. It is distinguished by its durability.
The labels are ideal to inscribe with industrial printers using thermal transfer printing. They can be later inscribed using pencil or ballpoint pen. The adhesive is extremely durable, even on surfaces that are rough. Polyester labels are ideal for high temperature and moist environments (e.g. for nameplates). They also meet the hot filling requirements using flying colors.
- Silver, matt, very sticky
- Matt, white, very sticky
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