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 Industrial Chemical Labels

Our industrial chemical labels can handle the most demanding working conditions
Oil labels, industrial labels, industrial chemical labels, chemical labels, self-adhesive labels, Raflatac label labels using pressure-sensitive materials can be used:
Bulk chemicals
Oil and paint
Building materials
Chemical consumer goods
Agricultural products
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Industrial chemical labels are used to warn users of dangerous situations, provide information, brand image and use or describe safety requirements, so the size is usually larger. In addition, they have some special properties: anti-chemical corrosion of the label with excellent durability, can withstand chemical solvents, high temperature, oxidation, water and ultraviolet and other environments. Labels and adhesive materials should be durable in these harsh conditions, and the printed drawings are still intact for a number of years to ensure user safety.
Different containers apply different labels
It is obvious that not all containers are suitable for containing chemicals and solvents. Chemicals and solvents are usually placed in high-density polyethylene (HDPE) made of intermediate bulk containers (IBS) or steel and HDPE synthetic barrels or jars. The labels will be attached to different bottom surfaces.
Labeling conditions are important factors to note. When labeling a container that has just been blown, use a special adhesive RP75. RP77 and RH adhesives are a safer choice when labeling cold containers or surfaces.
Chemical labels, industrial chemical labels, self-adhesive labels for product safety responsibility
The chemical warning label identifies the product and any possible hazardous components and serves as a warning in industrial chemical applications. Recent EU law requires manufacturers to label products and provide information on production. BS 5609 established a recognized standard for self-adhesive labels for navigation. It is clearly defined for the purpose of ensuring that dangerous goods are maritime and should be marked with a durable label.
Material selection depends largely on container surface, label size and function and outdoor requirements. Small containers are typically labeled with standard PE films or PP films and use special adhesives for specific applications. For coated substrates, the requirements are more stringent, although more and more people are starting to use high gloss film materials.