Rating plate – the materials which it is made of and its content are specified by the EU machine and electric directives and harmonised standards concerning groups of devices. It contains basic data and information which characterise the device and its manufacturer. Regardless of the type of material it is made of and how it is mounted, it is required that the plate remains readable throughout the whole period of usage of the device. A rating plate in the form of a printed self-adhesive foil label is successfully used on devices in many industries. The most convenient, fastest and most popular method of printing a foil rating plate is thermal transfer technology.

  • labels are resistant to the changes of temperature, humidity and detergents for many years
  • durable adhesive that matches the material the device is made of
  • abrasion-resistant imprint
  • the solution is compliant with the industry standards



Product labels

Product label – used for the purposes of proper product marking. It is most frequently applied directly to the product or to its packaging. It contains basic information important for the end customer such as the name of manufacturer and product, logo, composition, date of manufacture and/or bar code etc. In many cases it performs the role of both descriptive as well as colour marketing label used for proper recognition of the product and brand by the consumer.

  • paper and foil labels
  • colour labels
  • description of the product compliant with the industry requirements



Energy labels

Energy label – a specific type of marketing label made in accordance with the EU guidelines and other regional standards. Its aim is to inform about the energy class of the product. The end user of the product is its recipient. Depending on the industry and product which the label is intended for, its aim is to inform about characteristic parameters that influence the user’s comfort and environmental protection.

  • made in compliance with the EU guidelines
  • dedicated industry solutions
  • information about the energy class of the product



Identification labels

Identification label – is used for the purposes of proper identification of products, semi-finished goods, components or warehouse units during production and logistic processes. It is an element of tracking systems, tracking of the product movement at particular stages of production and in the broad supply chain. Identification labels are essential for proper operation of quality and complaint processes. It is possible to withdraw a faulty product batch from the market on their basis. They most commonly appear as permanent foil labels with a printed code and identification number.

  • made in compliance with the industry standards.
  • they ensure product traceability in the tracking systems
  • label as an integral element of production and logistics management systems



Information labels

Information label – as a label, tag or insert; it includes the most important information about the product for the user. Colour print in the form of text, graphic design or pictograms guarantees clear message in compliance with the industry requirements. They function as schematic diagrams, assembly manuals, instructions for use, descriptions etc. In many business areas and public institutions, they constitute a graphic form of information transfer for employees and visitors.

  • readable and clear form of information transfer
  • information essential for the proper operation of the device or system
  • labels, tags, inserts
  • they are a part of the administrative marking systems of enterprises



Pallets and containers id labels

Markings for pallets and transport items – made in the form of permanent self-adhesive labels contain a unique number in the form of a bar code or 2D code. These markings are used in production and logistic processes for marking returnable items. On their basis the content of a particular packaging can be identified or its current status in the reusable items management system can be determined. Pallets and transport items marked with this type of labels make it possible to automate picking and logistic processes.

  • durable marking of pallets, containers and packaging resistant to ambient conditions
  • automation of production and logistic processes
  • efficient management of reusable packaging



Shelves and racks labels

Shelves and racks labels – self-adhesive labels which are an element of the marking system in many business areas in which there’s a need to store products in a specific location. They are used for marking racks, shelves and storage places. They are made of self-adhesive foil labels with a printed unique code and number. In case of temporary markings magnetic labels are used.

  • permanent marking guarantees adhesion to various surfaces
  • the marking is dedicated to many business areas: production, warehouse, archives
  • reduces the risk of errors related to the release of a wrong product from the warehouse.
  • improves the warehouse, logistic and FIFO processes



Security labels

Security label – constitutes a kind of protection against unauthorised access to the product or its packaging. An attempt to remove the label results in its damage. As a consequence, it is impossible to use it again, and such attempt becomes visible. Depending on the materials used, a security label delaminates during an attempt to peel it off revealing a caption (usually VOID) or tears off which makes it impossible to peel it off as a whole.

  • a security label is a part of guarantee systems
  • simple information about unauthorised interference
  • it secures the interests of manufacturers and suppliers



Marketing labels

Marketing label – its aim is to pass the most significant marketing information about the product to the customer. The size, colour, graphic form, place on the product in the point of sale constitute an element which is expected to increase product attractiveness and the need for purchase. It informs about the most important advantages, competitive advantages, special offers. It is in the form of self-adhesive foil labels where the adhesive used after peeling off does not leave any residue on the product housing, or in the form of labels applied to promotional packaging of products.

  • the most significant features of the product
  • adhesive that does not leave residue after peeling off
  • it increases product attractiveness
  • it informs about special offers



GHS chemical labels

GHS chemical labels – a set of self-adhesive labels intended for marking products in compliance with the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS/CLP). The system specifies the minimum size of a standard label in relation to the capacity of the packaging of the chemical substance or its mixture. It regulates the description manner and minimum size of pictograms that inform about hazards. Due to the specificity of the chemical industry foil labels are more commonly used than paper ones.

  • compliant with the GHS/CLP system
  • standard label dimensions
  • possibility of printing colour markings on label printers




Logotypes – products used for marketing purposes that are supposed to increase product and brand owner recognition. The available solutions make it possible to use logotypes on the products in many industries. Flat chromium-plated letters or a convex metallised emblem will always emphasise the aesthetic value and the class of products and their manufacturer. They will distinguish them from other competitors’ brands.

  • attractive, elegant appearance of the product
  • resistant to weather conditions and detergents
  • the adhesive layer facilitates logotype application to the product



Logistic labels

Logistic label – used for marking parcels and logistic units; it contains information essential for the proper implementation of warehouse processes and transport. Depending on the conditions in which these processes are conducted, it can be made as a label made of thermal or thermal transfer paper, and, in case of direct exposure to weather conditions, as a foil label. The logistic label contains information both in the form of text and codes, and since its made according to the GS1 standard the label contains an SSCC code unique on a global scale.

  • standard label formats
  • compliant with the GS1 standard
  • thermal or thermal transfer print



Warning labels

Warning label – signals the risk of hazard occurrence connected with staying in a given area or improper use of the product or device. In many cases marking a product with a warning label is required by law. It is in the form of a self-adhesive label or tag with printed information about potential hazard. The size of the label, colour, used graphic design or pictograms are standardised and compliant with the industrial requirements. They constitute an internal part of health and safety systems and are used in business areas and public institutions.

  • required by law
  • a component of health & safety systems
  • standardised colour and format



Inventory labels

Inventory label – a self-adhesive label for marking fixed assets, tools and documents. The number printed in the form of a code improves the process of data collection during the inventory of the assets of an enterprise and archiving of documents. The label is characterised by an imprint resistant to abrasion and an adhesive which makes it impossible to peel the label off and use it again.

  • quick inventory and record of documents
  • durable and aesthetic marking



Address labels

Address label – most frequently used in the office and administration for addressing letter and small parcels. It contains essential information about the addressee and sender of the parcel. It is used in case of series correspondence or system address printing. The label is most frequently made of paper for thermal transfer printers.

  • eliminates mistakes in addresses
  • facilitates work in the office and administration area
  • readable thermal transfer imprint



Quality control labels

Quality control labels – used in quality control processes for marking a proper status of the product being checked. Depending on the internal arrangements within an enterprise, they may be in the form of self-adhesive labels or tags. In order to distinguish the products which have passed, conditionally passed the quality control or were rejected, the corresponding colour indications – green, yellow and red – are used. Sometimes a graphic form of communication is used, e.g. OK, NOK or simple text: “compliant”, “non-compliant”.

  • established colour of markings
  • clear and readable way of marking products after quality control
  • the marking is adjusted to the quality systems adopted in an enterprise



OHS markings

OHS markings – it is a set of standard prohibition and mandatory signs and warning signs in the field of maintaining safety in enterprises and public space. They organise space at workstations, in the corridors, production and customer service halls and warehouses. They make it possible to maintain basic safety rules and adjust the facilities in compliance with the recommendations of the internal services of health and safety, State Labour Inspectorate or Chief Sanitary Inspectorate. The OHS markings are most frequently made in the form of self-adhesive labels or tags, and colour standardised self-adhesive tapes are used for horizontal markings of traffic routes.

  • they increase safety at workstations and in the public space
  • standard, readable marking
  • colours are compliant with the adopted standards



Legend plates for equipment, pushbutton labels, switchboard labels

Legend plates for equipment, pushbutton labels, switchboard labels – made in the form of self-adhesive labels with an appropriate symbol printed on them constitute an element of the marking systems for machines and production centre for the purposes of their identification during the implementation of production and logistic processes.  The labels of this type are used, above all, for marking the elements of devices which are significant form the perspective of operation so that they are compliant with the machine standards and health and safety regulations. Descriptions of switches, buttons, light signalling or the whole control cabinets are just some of the possibilities of their application. The labels can successfully replace incised metal or plastic plates.

  • markings for the equipment compliant with the provisions in force
  • a wide range of colours
  • permanent marking
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