Industrial Label


Industrial labels are far sturdier cousins of the labels you find on personal care products. They are designed for the tough environments found in factories, warehouses, construction sites, and other industrial settings. Here's what makes them different:

  • Durability: Industrial labels are built to withstand harsh conditions. They can resist extreme temperatures, chemicals, abrasion, moisture, and UV light without fading, peeling, or smudging.
  • Material: They come in various specialty materials like polyester, vinyl, or metal to handle these demanding environments.
  • Adhesive: Industrial labels use strong adhesives that can stick to rough, uneven, or oily surfaces.
  • Compliance: Many industries have specific labeling regulations to ensure safety and traceability. Industrial labels are designed to meet these compliance standards.
  • Information: While they can include some information similar to personal care labels (brand, product ID), their primary focus is on clear identification, warnings, and instructions.

Here are some of the common uses of industrial labels:

  • Asset Tracking: Labels are used to identify and track equipment, inventory, and tools.
  • Safety: Warning labels highlight potential hazards and safety instructions for operating machinery or handling materials.
  • Product Identification: Labels are used to identify parts, components, and finished products.
  • Quality Control: Labels might include inspection tags or batch information for quality control purposes.