We can help you meet your chemical labeling requirements.
Weber has the special adhesive-coated, high performance film labels to meet your chemical drum and pail labeling needs. Plus we have labels that meet GHS and BS-5609 compliance standards and drum reconditioning procedures.
When you are printing label in-house, make sure you use the right chemical-resistant variable-imprint label materials that are compatible with direct-thermal, thermal-transfer and inkjet print technologies. We can help you make the right label choices as well as guide you in choosing the best printer for your application.
Chemical Label Tips
• Be sure your labels are UV and chemical resistant; the label inks and coatings should resist fading or blurring when exposed to direct sun or chemicals inside the container.
• Special film labels resist chemical spills and last longer than standard film or paper labels.
• GHS labels require special hazard symbols that have to be printed in red ink to comply with new GHS guidelines.
• Contact Weber for more information and help meeting the requirements of the new GHS chemical label mandate.