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Posted: Tuesday 8th January 2008

Firmly attached sample labelling.

Brady’s proven labelling technology protects against the potential disaster of being unable to identify a sample due to the label falling off!

Laboratory labelling presents many challenges: labels may be subjected to hostile environments, solvents and other chemicals and extreme temperatures. They are also applied to widely varying surfaces and sample shapes and sizes. Sometimes, as in field sampling, labels have to be used in dirty or greasy situations. Under these conditions, the risk is that labels may become detached from the sample they are intended to identify. Of course, this problem may only become apparent when it’s too late!

Brady scientific labelling systems have been developed with these conditions in mind. For example, there are 10 different adhesives to choose from to suit virtually any application, with technical advice to make the right choice, and there are labels specially developed for the laboratory environment.

The Brady Freezerbondz™ range can be applied direct to new or frozen surfaces and survives exposure to common laboratory environments such as liquid nitrogen and temperatures from freezer (-196°C) to autoclave (up to 121°C). These labels also show excellent chemical resistance when exposed to solvents such as DMSO and Xylene.

Alternatively, Brady’s B461 self-laminating labels also provide exceptional permanence under extreme conditions. These labels combine a white label area with a clear overlaminating area that not only protects the legend but allows visibility of the sample itself and are available to suit all standard laboratory consumables – vials, tubes and slides.

The Brady Corporation has offices in 24 countries and is represented in over 100. Research laboratories in the US and Europe ensure a continuous programme of product innovation, evolution and improvement.

Visit or call 01295 228288 for more information

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