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AUA - Solvent Resistant Color Labels

GA International provides colour chemical resistant labels for containers exposed to harsh chemical and solvents. These solvents resistant thermal transfer labels are available in an assortment of colours (green, red, yellow and more) and are resistant to xylene, acetone, toluene, thinners, oils, as well as commercial cleaners and window cleaners. These labels can withstand immersion in xylene and 90% Octane gasoline for up to 15 minutes without detaching, or the print fading and smudging.

Ideal for labeling of glass and plastic chemical storage containers, as well as any other container or laboratory equipment that may come in contact with abrasive chemicals, including microscope slide boxes, cell culture plates, plastic flasks and metal or plastic chemical drums. These solvent resistant, colour labels allow for colour-coding and easy identification thanks to their unique coating designed to provide optimal chemical resistance in addition to high quality printing of alphanumeric text, serial numbers, as well as 1D and 2D barcodes.

Printable with all major brands of thermal transfer printers, though we highly suggest using our XAR-class of solvent-resistant ribbons in order to obtain a chemical resistant printout.

They are also resistant to standard ethylene oxide gas sterilization, entailing a 60-minute exposure to 759 mg/L of ethylene oxide gas, at 55oC, and 40-80% relative humidity, followed by a two-hour aeration cycle. They are resistant to continuous wiping and rubbing with 100% DMSO as well as surface sanitizing wipes such as Sani- Wipe™, Eco-Wipe™ and Eco-Wipe™ Duo.

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