Features That Make Polyester Labels Your Ideal Labeling Choice

 

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When you are having labels custom made for your business, you will find that label manufacturing companies will present you with a list of materials to choose from. Which materials you select will determine how long your labels last and whether or not you will need to have replacements made anytime soon. Of course, before you choose the material you will use for your labeling needs, you will have to first determine what conditions these tags will be exposed to.

When you need labels that are waterproof, can be used outdoors, and are not that easy to tear, then polyester labels are what you should choose. These labels are, as mentioned earlier, durable enough to not be damaged by moisture, are great for outdoor applications, and are pretty tear resistant. Some of these tag materials are even made to actually repel water, so are sometimes great to add a waterproof surface to some items.

Also worth noting is that these tags, depending on their composition, have some resistance to heat and to a few chemicals. This is why it is often suggested for applications where some heat and some chemical exposure is expected. Example of such an application is engine barcode labeling for automobiles and machinery.

One thing that many label makers will tell you is that when you print on polyester labels, you can be sure that these won’t smudge or stain even when exposed to moisture. This is granted, of course, that these prints on these labels were thoroughly dried before these were used on whatever applications these were made for. When the prints on these tags are dried properly, these will last a very long time and no bleeding or fading will occur anytime soon.

While polyester labels do come with a whole list of advantages, you need to know what not to do in order for you to avoid damaging these labels. Since polyester label materials are generally rigid in nature, these are not ideal for when there are curved surfaces that these are to be attached to. These need to be attached to clean, flat surfaces, so if your surfaces are curved or textured, do not choose polyester for this.

The most common applications that you will find this material being used on is asset and inventory tagging. Other applications that use polyester material include parking permits, special product tags, advertising labels, and warning tags. These are also used for tagging containers that carry chemicals in them, like those used in laboratories and those that are in drums waiting to be shipped. You will also find these tags used as barcoded tags and even as product labels.

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