Types of self-laminating label

Self-laminating tags are useful in a number of different contexts.Indeed, there are many different kinds of labels for different purposes, and you’ll find that some labels will suit your specific needs better than others. Below is a brief overview of the main types of self-laminating labels offered on today’s market.

Blank Labels
Blank self-laminating labels come in a variety of colors. This affords you not only the opportunity to decide exactly what you want to put on the label, but also to color code. These are by far the most versatile style of self-laminating labels.
The clear flap adheres with ease to the polyester label, and will cure after a few days for a durable, long-lasting label.
Calibration Labels
Think of this as an ultra-durable post-it note for important information. For highly sensitive machines that are regularly calibrated to ensure accurate readings, the date itwas last serviced is important to noteso everyone concerned knows exactly when the next calibration needs to happen. These labels aren’t limited to calibration. They often say note things like “caution,” “inventory” or “scrapped.”

Hazardous Chemical Labels
Self-laminating labels can also be used for vessels containing hazardous chemicals. Most reputable vendors offer labels with a so-called section 704 "fire diamond" on it, along with other types of chemical labels.

Warning Labels
Warning labels also come in the self-laminating variety. Most vendors offer a number of different types of self-laminating warning labels, such as arc flash and shock hazard labels, which are recommended by OSHA. Warning labels can also tell a person not to use a piece of machinery or not to open a container.

Labels with Tails
These labels are useful if you ever need to attach a self-laminating label to an oddly-shaped item. Most vendors offer labels with adhesive tails. These tails conform to most atypical surfaces and work especially well on cylindrical surfaces, like poles.