GHS Labels - LT6/LT9 (Version 1)


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     GHS Die-Cut - LT6/LT9 (Version 1)


    Similar to Color Bar, RTK, or NFPA labeling, the Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) is a standard labeling method for communicating the potential hazards of a chemical. To make sure you’re compliant with this global standard, use your LabelTac® 9 to print GHS labels. These multi-directional labels can be used horizontally or vertically, and they are compatible with your LabelSuite™ software.

    LabelTac® GHS labels are available in a 1, 2, 3, and 4 diamond configuration.


    Try our redesigned border-less GHS Die-cut labels here

    Our new labels are fully compatible with your LabelSuite™ software, and without being restricted by borders, these multi-directional GHS labels can be used horizontally or vertically.



    • 200 labels per roll
    • GHS diamonds come pre-printed
    • Resistant to smears, chemicals, water, and UV
    • Horizontal or vertical alignment
    • Strong, durable adhesive


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    GHS Labels - LT6/LT9 (Version 1)

    GHS Labels - LT6/LT9 (Version 1)


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