A guide to Fine Cut's hospital labels

21st January 2014 - Fine Cut

The level of care that members of the public receive in hospital can often determine whether or not they live or die, meaning that is is absolutely essential for patients to be given the best treatment possible in the cleanest conditions. 

For this reason, the need for high-quality labels that cater to the requirements of medical staff is imperative for the effective running of establishments that provide treatment and care for people who are unwell. 

At Fine Cut, we understand the importance of utilising labels that are suited to your specification, ensuring that things run as smoothly as possible in the long term. Our dedicated team of engineers understands that your area of expertise may not lie in our industry, but we are on hand to help you every step of the way. 

Read on for more information about our hospital labels and how they could help to ensure your operations become more efficient. 

Fine Cut's hospital labels 

We are a leading UK manufacturer of innovative identification and marking products for the healthcare and hospital sector. Catering for both short and long-run batches, we can provide labels that are suited to a variety of applications, ranging from medical equipment identification to patient tracking. 

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. 

Fine Cut's hospital labels can be utilised to suit several 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 and 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. Fine Cut's labels are produced to adhere to stainless steel, ceramics, plastics, rubber, glass, mild steel, wood or aluminium. 

Here to help 

Our dedicated team of engineers are on hand to help you at all times, as we understand that selecting suitable labels for your requirements can be a difficult task, particularly when you have limited knowledge in this area. 

We are able to recommend on several key issues, including the material and finish of your labels. 

Choosing the right label

Answering the following questions will help you to decide which labels would be best-suited to your requirements.

- Will the labels contain images, photos or barcodes?
- What will they be used for?
- Do they need to be in colour, or black and white?
- Does the label need to be easily removable, or will it remain stuck firmly to the surface?
- Which specific substances do they need to be resistant to?

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