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Polyonics Enhances its Range of Cryogenic, Medical and Laboratory Label Materials

Published on 2016-08-19. Author : SpecialChem

Labels for laboratory test tubes
Labels for laboratory test tubes

Polyonics now offers a wider range of label materials designed specifically for laboratory, cryogenic and medical device tracking.


Labels Include Acrylic PSAs


The materials include thermal transfer printable (TTP) nylon, polyester (PET) and polyimide as well as UDI compliant laser markable polyimide. They include aggressive acrylic pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA) suited for a wide variety of applications including low surface energy (LSE) plastics, glass and ceramics.

UDI Medical Device Tracking


Polyonics UDI compliant laser markable label (LML) materials are ideal for tracking medical devices exposed to high temperatures, steam and/or harsh chemicals such as in multi-cycle sterilization and/or detergent wash processes. They surpass the durability of thermal transfer printed labels, comply with the UL/IEC 60601-1 and 61010-1 standards and have been field tested for 3000+ sterilization and 500+ wash cycles.

Cryogenic Storage Labels


Polyonics Nylon label materials are designed for use on cryogenic applications involving glass tubes and slides as well as polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) vials. The materials are rated -196°C (-320°F) in liquid nitrogen.

About Polyonics

Polyonics manufactures innovative, high performance coated films that withstand high temperatures and harsh environments while protecting products from ESD and/or fire. The thermal transfer printable label and tag materials, engineered tapes, laser markable label materials and printable flexible substrates are used by converters and OEMs worldwide.

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Source: Polyonics
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