Thermal Transfer Labels withstand chemical attack.
Press Release Summary:
Supplied pre-printed or blank in various substrate and adhesive combinations, Print and Seal labels incorporate clear protective layer that completely encapsulates in-house thermal transfer printed data. Construction is resistant to acetone, alcohol, gasoline, hydraulic fluids, kerosene, MEK, Powersolve, and SkydrolÂ®. Labels suit any application where all-round tolerance to chemical and solvent attack is required.
Original Press Release:
New 'Print & Seal' Labels for Ultimate Thermal Transfer Print Protection
Computer Imprintable Label Systems (CILS), the leading manufacturer of high-performance label identification systems, has launched its new 'Print & Seal' thermal transfer labels.
The new labels incorporate an integral easy to apply clear protective layer, enabling in-house thermal transfer printed data to be completely encapsulated. The construction provides the most durable label yet, offering resistance to acetone, alcohol, gasoline, hydraulic fluids, kerosene, MEK, Powersolve", and Skydrol®.
CILS 'Print & Seal' labels can be supplied pre-printed or blank and are available in the widest range of durable substrates and adhesive combinations. Their durability makes the labels ideal for rating plates, product identification, and barcode labels, or for any application where all-round tolerance to chemical and solvent attack is required.