Solvent Resistant Labels

CILS ultra-resistant label range provides maximum durability against solvents including IPA, xylene, acetone etc., chemicals, and other harsh laboratory processes, and is printable using your PC and standard laser or thermal transfer printer. 



Printed data such as barcodes, batch numbers, expiry dates, lot numbers, patient and sample ID etc. remains clear and legible even when exposed to xylene, MEK, IPA, DMSO cleaning agents, staining processes, autoclaves, extreme temperatures (-80°C to +155°C), freeze / thaw cycles etc. 

Ultra solvent resistant labels are available in any shape, size or labels set configuration to match your requirements perfectly.  A consultant from the Label Technology Centre will be able to advise the most effective material and adhesive combination for your application.

 

    • Unique CILS computer printable coatings provide maximum solvent resistance without secondary lacquers, over-laminates or tape.
    • Labels are printable in seconds from your PC and standard laser or thermal transfer printer
    • High-specification industrial-grade label adhesives - labels stay attached for long-term sample ID
    • Permanent adhesion to all surfaces, glass and plastic labware etc.
    • Labels made to any size, shape and design - matched perfectly to your requirements
    • Isopropyl alcohol (IPA)
    • Xylene and acetone
    • Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO)
    • Tetrahydrofuran (THF)
    • Cryoprotectants
    • HPLC solvents
    • Autoclave cycles
    • Extreme temperatures (-80°C to +155°C)
    • Water baths, humidity and moisture
    • Etc.
    • Permanent solvent acrylic
    • High-tack solvent acrylic
    • Heavy-duty high-tack solvent acrylic
    • Removable
    • Ultra-removable
    • Void/tamper evident
    • Opaque
    • Water soluble
    • Repositionable
    • Permanent solvent acrylic
    • Thermal transfer
    • Laser
    • Identifying tubes, vials, micro plates, slides and all laboratory plastic/glassware
    • HPLC columns
    • Tissue cassettes
    • Tubes, vials and reagent bottles
    • Histology and microbiology tissue analysis
    • Cytology and haematology applications
    • Immunofluorescence testing

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