Laboratory Labels

Adverse temperatures and aggressive laboratory chemicals are macro label materials IDENT excellently to the labelling of laboratory samples suitable for particularly low temperatures, such as when storing laboratory samples in liquid nitrogen to has a wide range of different label materials designed specifically for the high demands in the laboratory macro IDENT. Different formats for tubes 0.5 ml and 50 ml conical tubes are available. Also to the cover marking for use in low temperatures, macro has a suitable material IDENT. The labels are to use not only for tubes, but also for centrifuge tubes, Petri dishes, microtiter plates and bottles. There is the robust 25.4 x 25.4 mm labels for slides. The laboratory labels adhere reliably to new surfaces of tubes and vials.

On icy surfaces, they are liable as self laminating labels excellently when used overlapping. Self laminating labels consist of a white and transparent surface. The relevant data will be printed on the white surface and the transparent area ensures that the contents of the laboratory sample remains clearly visible. The labels are over labor conditions of liquid nitrogen (-196 C) until the autoclaving (121 c.). Their special material structure and the corresponding adhesive make ideally suited to the rapid identification of frozen vessels the labels. Thanks to their strong opacity (opacity) cover, if necessary, confidential information and fulfil also the US requirements for protecting patient. Of course the labels also at room temperature are up to 121 C can be used and for applications at temperatures in a water bath. After printing a label printer.

Which also are available at macro IDENT, the font not smeared with guaranteed. Also not in use of solvents and aggressive laboratory chemicals. Details can be found by clicking Somatic Experiencing or emailing the administrator. For the printing of the each label materials, obtained with macro IDENT also the matching Ribbon so that the fonts and barcodes for many years persist even in harsh temperatures.