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Where are Freezer Labels Used?
Our freezer labels and decals are made to be especially durable, so they’re ideal for outdoors use. While coated paper labels are good enough for some applications, you’ll need plastics to handle temperature extremes, precipitation, abrasion, and other outdoor challenges. Our adhesives resist moisture in all forms,and even the coldest weather won’t make them slip or fall off.
These freezer labels have been approve by the FDAas safe for indirect food contact, which requires special materials and handling. Otherwise, the greatest enemies of freezer labels in a commercial food processing or packing facility are cold, moisture, and rough handling. Freezer labels require durable base materials, adhesives, and inks just to be worthy of the name.
Good freezer labels have to be able to stick to already-frozen surfaces. Most adhesives can’t, but we’ve optimized our labels not only to be durable and high-tack from -94˚ to +194˚ F, but to stick to frozen surfaces down to -20° F. You’ll be able to add them at any time after freezing, and count on their integrity during distribution.
They also serve who only stand and wait. It may be a while between production and sale/use of your products. You can’t afford freezer labels that slip while the products wait in cold storage, so we’ve formulated tough, durable labels that remain wherever you stick them, down to -94° F:colder than an Antarctic winter.
Our conformable cryogenic freezer labels can handle the incredible cold of liquid nitrogen, which boils at a temperature of -196˚ C (-321˚ F), without cracking, flaking, or slipping. They’re ideal for test-tubes, shelving, or equipment labeling, whenever long-term preservation and identification really count.