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We have been making thermal labels for more than 50 years and are well versed in the do's and don'ts in this space. Whether it’s a retail, bakery, butchery, supermarket, meat processing, warehouse, logistics, or specialised requirement, we have a solution. Plus all our thermal label materials are environmentally friendly.
All thermal labels are not the same. Our team has developed a portfolio of paper and synthetic thermal label materials to suit the most basic right through to the most challenging requirements. We’ve had experience with all the common printer and applicator brands and will choose the right material and adhesive to suit your needs. We have solutions for both direct thermal (heat activated) and thermal transfer (ribbons are used) applications. The right product needn’t be over spec’d but it does need to retain a high-quality thermal image for its useful life.
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We have spent a lot of time on ensuring that our thermal labels are environmentally friendly. We only source and supply thermal labels that are free of BPA and BPS, and free of phthalates. Plus our paper thermal label materials are chain of custody certified.
In addition to making custom thermal labels, we also offer a range of generic stock products in standard sizes. Visit our label catalogue page for more information on sizes available and how to order.
To learn more about the differences between Direct Thermal and Thermal Transfer, take a look at our blog article Understanding Thermal Labels: Direct Thermal vs. Thermal Transfer. We’ve created a helpful table to explain the basics and compare the two methods.
Thermal labels are our bread and butter, and our experienced label professionals know how to overcome even the most challenging environments. We invite you to contact us to develop a hassle-free solution to meet your needs.