Heat and Chemical Resistance Labels
Labels are an integral part of successful packaging. They help consumers and businesses identify what is inside a package, protect the product from tampering and contamination, and provide information about its contents. Labels also play a crucial role in providing important information to those who need it – such as patients with allergies or people with food sensitivities – so they can avoid accidental exposure to unsafe products.
But not all labels offer the same protection against heat and chemicals: some labels may be damaged by extreme temperatures while others resist harsh chemicals like oil or alcohol without any issues at all. So how do you know which labels will work best for your particular needs? Read on for more info on heat and chemical resistant labels that can be really useful!
The first thing you need to know is that labels are made of paper, plastic or foil.
Paper labels are either coated with a special material or have an adhesive designed for use in hot and cold environments. Labels composed of these materials typically do not perform well when exposed to chemicals like oil or alcohol – so be sure they’re suitable for your needs before you buy!
On the other hand, some label types resist heat better than others: one example is polyester-based “durable” film stickers offered by Uline . These durable stickers stand up well against high temperatures without melting away over time. This makes them ideal for products such as hot cocoa packets which will be stored at high temps until ready for consumption (like those found on store shelves).
Another example of a heat-resistant label is polyethylene, which can be applied as either a paper or film product. Polyethylene labels also resist chemicals such as oil and alcohol – making them an excellent choice for products like salad dressing bottles that may be exposed to these elements on the retail shelf.
Finally, foil labels provide both heat and chemical resistance: they can withstand exposure to steam sterilization (used by hospitals) without suffering damage! Plus, since aluminum does not corrode over time this type of label has an extended lifespan compared with other materials used in food packaging applications. So if you’re looking for something more heavy duty than plain paper but still need your package contents labeled then consider aluminum foil instead!