Suitable labelling for all chemicals within your product is a legal requirement and is crucial to keep your customers safe from any potential hazardous substances. Hazard labels on products need to identify hazardous chemicals and clearly explain what the hazards are and how to avoid them. These labels are vital to ensure that chemicals are stored and disposed of as safely as possible.
Chemical labels must adhere to a range of different surfaces such as plastic, glass, metal or wood. The labels also must be resistant to chemicals such as acids, solvents, grease and oil. We offer a large selection of chemical labels in a range of different shapes such as rectangle, circle, and oval. If you need another shape, visit our Bespoke Quote page and we can create a custom label for you today. We can print your design, with your own branding, style, and information, onto any of our labels, meaning your labels fit your brand identity and product design.
We have a wide range of materials, adhesives, and finishes to create your chemical labels. Browse our materials here and visit our Materials page for more information:
Gloss white Polypropylene labels are ideal for chemical labels as they are made out of plastic. These robust labels are waterproof and can be easily wiped dry. The durability of this label will help prolong the life of your label and keep the design protected.
Direct thermal labels are ideal for health and safety labels as they are cost effective and can be produced on a large scale. All our thermal labels are custom made, providing you with the ability to create the label you require.
If our huge range of standard labels doesn’t quite cover your chemical label needs, explore our Special Processes options for our labels:
Peel and reveal labels are incredibly useful for presenting warnings or instructions on products. Peel and reveal labels have multiple layers and this helps to maintain a sleek product design that’ll match your brand. Some products will frequently use peel and reveal labels to present warning and safety information on the lower layers.
Raised varnishing is an extremely common addition to any label as it provides an extra layer of protection to the label and also makes the design more eye-catching. Raised varnish is ideal for chemical labels as the raised varnish protects the outer layer against any damage that may occur during storage or delivery.