Pressure Sensitive Label Application
Quality Pressure Sensitive Labels
At Adcraft Labels, our quality pressure sensitive labels are cost-effective and efficient while making your brand to stand out on the shelf. Pressure-sensitive technology creates dynamic label shapes and a clean “no label” look that no other label technology can create. These labels adhere to practically any container type and shape. Our high-quality printing, variety of film and paper face stocks, multiple finishing and custom-die cutting options contributes to the best brand imaging for your product.
Pressure sensitive (PS) labels can be applied directly to the container with their slick, one-sided adhesive. The labels are preprinted on a flat sheet, so they have excellent resolution and color. They can easily and efficiently be applied to the package or container by using automatic, inline equipment or an automatic, rotary labeler.
Quality is assured in all of our pressure sensitive (PS) labels. We’re confident that you’ll find these advantages when you use our PS labels for your containers:
- All our PS labels are flexible and applied smoothly, achieving the exact look you’re looking for. We guarantee there will be no wrinkles, bubbles or damaged labels on your product.
- Our PS labels are weather-proof and resistant to humidity, even in ice water.
- Your product with have that smooth no-label look which is not possible with paper wet glue labels.
- Our transparent PS labels have give your product a sense of luxurious appeal.
- The consumer will not find traces of glue on the bottle or other annoying clumpy sticky substances on your product. PS label application is the cleaner process.
- PS labels are resistant to rinsing and pasteurization.
- Pre-decoration of bottles before filling is recommended
Pressure sensitive labels can be applied using state-of-the-art equipment that labels both the front and back of a product in a single pass or provides a “wrap around” up to 370 degree application. Our PS technology is ideal for labeling plastic bottles, jars, and tubes.
Pressure Sensitive Label Options
Pressure Sensitive labels work especially well on contoured and squeezable bottles. We’ve produced a wide selection of pressure sensitive labels for bottles of products in the food, beverage, wine and spirits, household chemicals, and automotive industries. Pressure sensitive label application can also offer products a high end “no label look.”
Applying labels to tubes is a great option when compared to high minimums and limited deco options of printed tubes. Knowing the correct materials and adhesives to use is key. Having the right equipment to ensure your label is applied smoothly and aligned with the cap is critical for a perfect tube.
Pressure Sensitive labels work especially well on glass or plastic jars. We’ve made plenty of high-quality pressure sensitive labels for bottles of products in the food, beverage, household chemicals, and automotive industries. Pressure sensitive label application can also offer products a high end “no label look” that will give your glass jar that clean, polished look.
Pressure sensitive labels consist of several key components that make for smooth and efficient application:
- Release Coat
- Face Stock
- Top Coat
The adhesive formula can vary, based on the product. We evaluate various variables of the product to decide on the adhesive, such as product material (paper, metal, plastic, etc.), the label application temperature, product storage temperature, product’s surface texture, wet or dry environments, etc.
Pressure Sensitive labels are an excellent choice for almost any product, and they work especially well on contoured and squeezable bottles. They are one of the most important labeling methods on the market. For more information about our pressure sensitive labels as well as our range of other services, please email us or call 1-800-892-1051.
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