THE CHEMICAL LABELS FROM LABELPRINT24.COM
The special tasks of our chemical labels
Chemical labels are an indispensable commodity in the chemical industry. Without them, packaging may not even be brought onto the market. Labels are also very important in the industrial environment so that your employees always know which ingredients they are working with.
In addition, chemical labels are important carriers of warnings, safety instructions and other important information. Many of these details are even mandatory. Because when using chemicals, a high potential for danger can arise if the corresponding information is missing.
But now, to stand out from the competition, you should design your chemical products in an appealing way. An attractive presentation is important to retain customers and generate recognition. We at Labelprint24 offer you labels for the chemical industry in the highest quality. They stick even under extreme conditions and withstand industry-specific requirements.
They are abrasion and smudge resistant, acid and alkali resistant and convince with a high resistance. They are just as suitable for everyday use as they are for presenting your goods in sales. If you have any further questions, we at Labelprint24 will be happy to help.
Which labels are used in the chemical industry?
Labels for chemistry: labelling is mandatory
In the chemical industry, labelling is mandatory for hazardous substances. Certain labels must also be present on products that are available in the retail trade. What must be labelled is regulated by law in the GHS/CLP regulations.
In order to ensure permanent labelling in various processes, the chemical labels should withstand particular special requirements. They should therefore hold securely on many surfaces (glass, metal, rubber, wood, paper and more). In addition, they must withstand friction, various liquids, chemicals, saltwater, grease and oils. Labels made of film have proven their worth. They can be used from - 40 to 120 degrees Celsius.
Adhering to GHS-compliant labelling is of great importance: In June 2015, a regulation came into force that adopted a globally valid classification method with uniform hazard pictograms and text. The hazards for humans and the environment should thus be minimised.
Tip: If you have any questions about the labelling of your goods, you can always contact us. Labelprint24 knows about the latest regulations and is ready to help you in word and deed.: If you have any questions about the labelling of your goods, you can always contact us. Labelprint24 knows about the latest regulations and is ready to help you in word and deed.