Posts Tagged ‘extreme’
Floor Labels: Protection and Durability
Do you use floor labels in your warehouse, plant, or store? How long do they last before the edges start to peel up and the printing fades? Floor labels eventually wear away due to pedestrian and vehicle traffic. What if there was a way to protect your floor labels and get more life out of…Read More
What is the Difference Between Direct Thermal and Thermal Transfer Labels?
Do you know the difference between direct thermal and thermal transfer labels? More importantly, do you know which one your company needs? Each method uses a thermal printhead that applies heat to the surface being marked, however their are some big differences. It really comes down to what type of label you need and what do…Read More
Manufacturing Label Compliance: What you need to know.
If you are in the manufacturing industry then you have some inkling of the importance of manufacturing label compliance. This is the second article in our series on labeling for the manufacturing industry. If you are curious, check out our previous article — Industry Insights: Manufacturing Labels. High Level Considerations for Manufacturing Label Compliance There…Read More
Industry Insights: Manufacturing Labels
Industrial and manufacturing labels need to be durable and often require extreme conditions. You may have to deal with: abrasions pealing moisture extreme hot and cold temperatures chemicals fuels, oils, & grease solvents severe weathering UV exposure cleaning agents strict quality standards Manufacturing labels are made to survive the conditions listed above. They are printable using a…Read More