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Data Matrix and 2d Barcode Labels for Long-term Durability

Apr 05 2006 Read 1720 Times

Designed to meet the growing demand for long-term traceability, the new range of data matrix and 2D barcode labels from CILS International offers a convenient and reliable way of including highly durable information on samples and specimens.

Able to withstand temperatures from cryogenic storage to autoclave sterilisation, the new range of labels have a special surface coating that offers superior print quality for first-time reading, allied with enhanced resistance to chemicals, solvents and handling. Using Thermal Transfer printing and ECC200 coding, a 4 x 4 mm Data Matrix symbol can hold up to 15 characters worth of information and, due to the design of the encoding, can still be read with up to 60% physical damage.

CILS offers a wide range of services from blank label supply through to pre-printing, or a full bureau service providing a fully finished product. CILS can create labels of any size, shape and colour, incorporating logos, illustrations and text, via its photo-quality digital printing process.

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