Identification labels for marking laboratory samples stored at low temperatures have been designed to meet the needs of analytical and microbiology laboratories. They enable you to identify the samples quickly and faultlessly and to carefully track the tests. The labels are characterised by a perfect adhesion to all types of (...)
The labels used for identification markings of microscope slides are used in pathology laboratories. The label and printed information are resistant to organic solvents such as xylene, ethanol, isopropyl alcohol, methanol, formalin, toluene, and acetone. They remain intact after coming in contact with fixatives and do not get stained during (...)
Cryo labels are intended for marking and identifying vials, test tubes, Eppendorf, straws, and tubes stored in liquid nitrogen (-196°C). They ensure quick identification of specimen and therefore faultless identification of a patient. Labels are characterised by durable adhesion especially on curved surfaces. They are recommended for long-term storage of (...)
Cryo labels are also used for identification of metal shelving, aluminium cassettes, x-ray film cartridges, aluminium vials, aluminium and stainless-steel boxes, tools, hardware, and other metal objects. Cryo self-adhesive labels are resistant to extremely low temperature of liquid nitrogen (-196°C) in the freezer chambers. That’s why they are recommended for (...)
Security labels are used for securing cases and containers with test tubes during storage and transportation. The security label protects the laboratory material against unauthorised interference. When an attempt is made to unstick the label, it gets destroyed, which makes it impossible to tear it off and stick it back (...)
Inventory labels are used for marking laboratory devices and equipment which constitute fixed assets. A self-adhesive label with a printed accession number makes it possible to record the assets in a quick and efficient manner. The markings are characterised by long-term durability and resistance to washing with the use of (...)
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