Know your Adhesives

Below is a guide to the different adhesives we offer in our range of standard labels, along with the suitable operating temperatures & environments for each. If you require any further advice on the type of adhesive you require or information as to what labels are supplied with each adhesive, please contact our helpful technical team on 08454 803 5593.

Permanent Vinyl

Suitable for a wide range of surface materials, including high energy plastics, aluminium, ceramics and smooth metallic casing. Exhibits an excellent mechanical resistance and flexibility.

Very high initial tack and final adhesion with a minimum application temperature of +5 oC and a temperature range of -30 oC to +120 oC.

Permanent Polyester

Particularly suitable for use when durability is paramount, including good adhesion to rough as well as smooth substrates.

High initial tack and very high final adhesion with a minimum application temperature of +0oC and a temperature range of -20oC to +70oC.

Peelable Vinyl

Exhibits good clarity, easy and clean removability from glass, laminated plastics and cross linked enamels. Also has excellent performance on glass and plasticware in the laboratory environment.

Low initial tack and final adhesion with a minimum application temperature of +5oC and a temperature range of -30oC to +120oC.

Ultradestructable Vinyl

All round security label/adhesion for tracking and asset identification, product/warranty and anti-tamper requirements. Excellent adhesion on a wide range of substrates with high durability to solvents, UV and ageing.

Very high initial tack and final adhesion with a minimum application temperature of +10oC and a temperature range of -50oC to +110oC.

Polyester with Void Evident adhesive

Security adhesive to highlight attempt's at tampering with product. Excellent adhesion to a wide range of substrates. Attempted removal ruptures adhesive to reveal 'void' message.

High initial tack and very high final adhesion with a minimum application temperature of +5oC and temperature range of -40oC to +150oC.