Choosing the right pressure-sensitive labeler

In this white paper from ID Technology, the task of selecting pressure-sensitive labeling technology is made simple. This descriptive guide covers topics from common methods of p-s label application to equipment selection and illustrated examples.

Pressure-Sensitive labeling, also known as self-adhesive labeling, is an efficient and cost-effective means of identifying and decorating products or packages. In every major industry, pressure-sensitive labels are applied to most types of containers at speeds matching many product or packaging lines.

The label consists of a face stock material, coated on one side with an active adhesive. The face stock material can be paper, plastic, foil, polyester, vinyl, or laminate and can be of varied thickness and weight.


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