CILS High Volume Durable Label Range
Ideal for high volume, rapid label manufacturing of up to 1.35 million labels per hour that resist temperatures down to -196 ºC.
Our labels are used extensively within the NHS, Public Health England, World Health Organisation and medical sectors to accurately identify and track specimens’ samples and vaccines in high quantities.
The label range is perfectly suited for use on multi-dose vials (type 1 glass) with a rubber stopper and a flip-off plastic cap with aluminium seal containing COVID-19 vaccine and 2ml vials used in clinical trials. These labels are able to resist long-term cryogenic and LN2 storage (-196ºC).
CILS high volume durable label range is manufactured using our state-of-the-art CILS-SGX™ technology ensuring exceptionally quick turnarounds on high quantities of labels.
The high-tech label material & adhesive that CILS use ensures labels do not detach at ultra-low temperatures down to -196ºC and are suitable for all labware, including cryo-tubes, vials and cryo-boxes.
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- Print straight from your PC with a Laser or Thermal Transfer printer
- Labels stay attached and data legible down to temperatures of -196ºC
- Able to manufacture high quantities of labels quickly
- Easy to apply with gloved hands
- Any size, shape and colour-coded design
- Perfect against laboratory solvents and pre-cooling alcohol
- Resistant to extreme temperatures, cryogenic storage, flash and long-term LN2, dry ice transportation and multiple freeze/thaw cycles
- Can be provided blank, part-printed or fully printed - speak to your technical account manager for more info
- Cryo-storage labels
- Cap & Tube sets
- Wrap-around labels
- Freezer storage
- LN2 storage
Method of manufacturing high quantity labels
We have specifically developed CILS-SGX™ technology to be able to handle high quantity label jobs quickly. This means we are able to operate high-speed press machines, which are able to convert label materials in record times using materials that are ideally suited for vaccine and clinical trial research labelling resisting temperatures down to -196.