Gerber U.L.® Recognized Label Stock is ideal for applications which require heat-resistance, such as pipe markings, industrial & electronic product labels, and more.
Label stock is chemically-resistant to mild acids, motor oil, and cleaning agents, and is dimensionally stable at high temperatures.
It is also resistant to tearing and puncture.
These 25 and 50 micron (1 and 2 mil) polyester films have a metallic brushed silver finish and are custom-formulated for use in Gerber imaging devices for the production of countless commercial and industrial applications which require labels, decals, and identification nameplates, including architectural graphics.
|Interior or Exterior use||Interior|
Adhesive & Liner
|Adhesive||Pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive|
|Material used as liner||Layflat|
|Minimal Temperature Resistance||40.0 °C|
|Maximal Temperature Resistance||150.0 °C|
Slightly curved surface
|Minimum Application temperature||8.0 °C|
|Maximum Application temperature||38.0 °C|
|Shelf Life||Apply film within one year of receipt. Printed graphics should also be applied within one year. Film and printed graphics (with or without premask) should be kept in a clean area free from excessive moisture and direct sunlight. Maintain temperature at 21°C and humidity at 50%.|
|Durability (range)||2 years|
Durability up to 2 years outdoor in a vertical application, with the exception of Brushed Gold which is suitable for interior applications only.
Due to the mirror-like finish of the chrome silver, it is not suitable for the scanning of bar code information. We suggest using the white label stock for barcodes.