• Cryogenic Labels: Surviving the Most Extreme Environments
    The specialist ‘Cryo’ polyester label can be directly immersed in liquid nitrogen at -196°C without risk of de-lamination.
  • End users have the flexibility of printing durable barcode and batch control labels within their own office or laboratory.

Laboratory Products

Cryogenic Labels: Surviving the Most Extreme Environments

Sep 29 2021

Fine Cut Group Ltd has worked side by side with the NHS, Government bodies and private laboratories providing label solutions for over 30 years. Leading the way with durable, innovative medical labels and identification and marking products for the medical industry, including medical device labelling, clinical trial/sample identification and pharmaceutical labelling requirements.

Producing durable labels and overlays for a broad spectrum of hospital, laboratory and pharmaceutical equipment, and catering for both short and long runs, Fine Cut are able to provide recommendations for a variety of medical label applications, ranging from patient monitoring equipment to analytical instruments.

Durable and permanent are two of the main criteria required when sourcing labels for the identification of laboratory cryogenic samples. The specialist ‘Cryo’ polyester meets this requirement and also has a specially formulated adhesive that allows for long term bonding when used on plastic cryogenic storage pots and tubes, which can be directly immersed in liquid nitrogen at -196°C without risk of de-lamination.

Its ability to be used in the harshest environments is paired with its versatility for the user - available in either sheet or roll format, these matt and satin polyester materials can be supplied in almost any size and shape. This allows the end user the flexibility of printing on demand, durable barcode and batch control labels within their own office or laboratory.

Resistance to chemicals and solvents within the laboratory environment is a key element to maintaining full batch and sample traceability. Offering enhanced durability against a wide range of contaminants including Acetone, IPA, Toluene, Xylene and DMSO. The Integrity of the data on a label is critical to the handling and analysing of the sample, and therefore the ability to survive in the harshest of environments becomes a vanguard for the labelling of all samples.  

Fine Cut Group’s experienced team are on hand to offer more information and technical advice - contact them today.


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