Our hospital labels are produced from the highest quality materials, which feature a range of permanent and high tack adhesive combinations for long-lasting performance. Catering for both short and long-runs, we can provide labels that are suited to a variety of applications, ranging from medical equipment identification to patient sample tracking.

Our hospital labels can be utilised to suit many specifications including;

  • component identification
  • maintenance
  • document and quality control
  • equipment numbering
  • asset register
  • servicing
  • equipment tracking
  • blood pressure monitors
  • scales
  • bench top equipment
  • freezers & fridges
  • pipe work
  • valve equipment
  • control process equipment.

We can also ensure that your labels are resistant against substances with which they are likely to come into contact, including chemicals, disinfectant and solvents. In addition, they can be protected against extreme temperatures, handling, scuffing and moisture.

It is also important to ensure that your labels are produced to adhere to particular surfaces, in order to ensure they are long-lasting. Our labels are produced to adhere to stainless steel, ceramics, plastics, rubber, glass, mild steel, wood and aluminium.

Need advice?

We understand that deciding which type of labels best suit your requirements can be a difficult task – particularly with limited knowledge of the industry. This is why our dedicated team are here to help throughout the quote to production.

There are many materials available for the production of custom printed labels, and it helps to it think about what the labels will be used for in order to determine the perfect solution for your application.

Answering the following questions can help with the decision making when speaking to our sales team;

  • Will the label design contain images, photos or barcodes?
  • What is their primary use?
  • Do they need to be in colour, or black and white?
  • Does the label need to be easily removable, or is it intended to stay stuck firmly to the surface?
  • Are there any specific substances do they need to be resistant to?
  • Do you need any features such as windows, sign and seal or other properties?

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