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Good Laboratory Practice : Labelling

Sep 15 2021

GLP states that the purpose of the ‘Principles of Good Laboratory Practice’ is to promote the development of quality test data and to provide a managerial tool to ensure uniformity, consistency, reliability, reproducibility, quality, and integrity of products in development for human and animal health.

The principles of GLP aim to ensure and promote safety, consistency, high quality, and reliability in the process of laboratory testing, including all samples that are stored for future reference. GLP states that each test material container should be clearly labelled with sufficient information to identify it and allow the testing facility to confirm its contents.

This is written as a guideline for good laboratory practice and stresses that labelling is very much a part of the quality process that should be worked towards. Labelling of any sort within a laboratory environment is important as data transcribed onto the label is critical to a specific process and will be relied upon for ease of reference or cross reference at a later stage in the production or analytical process that may be required.

This is where Fine Cut can offer advice and recommendations for the best suited materials and adhesives that will allow the labelled container the necessary properties to perform to its required purpose. Ensuring that a label is durable and survives the life of the product unscathed and readable is a challenge that presents itself to all laboratories when it comes to sample labelling.

Labels manufactured from high quality materials featuring a range of permanent and high tack adhesive combinations for long lasting performance.

With superior tolerance against solvents and chemicals, excellent scratch resistance, moisture and handling - suited for extreme environments with ultimate tolerance to extreme temperature and freezer storage. Available for identification of vials, pipettes, plates and a range of plastic and glassware throughout the laboratory. Colour coding and variable data labels also available.

Fine Cut have gained an extensive knowledge of labels, adhesives and finishing processes that allow labels to meet specified criteria. With a wealth of expertise at hand, laboratory managers can rely on Fine Cut with confidence that their label solutions will perform with the required durability.

To discuss your requirements, contact our sales team today

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