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Oily Surface Supply
These labels are made with a specifically formulated adhesive which will adhere aggressively to oily and greasy surfaces. The Oily Surface Supply even sticks to plastics that have been coated with WD-40, making these labels ideal to use on surfaces that are difficult to clean and in dirty work environments. Ideal applications include automotive, manufacturing, and machine tooling.
- Designed to be applied to oily and greasy surfaces
- Service temperature range: -20°F to 220°F
- Resistant to smears, chemicals, water, and UV
- Ideal for machine tooling and automotive applications
Adhesive: Hybrid, high-tack permanent
Compliances: FDA 21CFR175.105, UL/CSA recognized for certain applications using specific ribbon/printer combinations
Service Temperature Range: -20°F to 220°F
LabelTac® Oily Surface labels are ideal for applications including:
Containers or any oil or grease-covered surface that needs to be labeled
Not recommended for fanfold or auto-dispense configurations
An oil or chemical-resistant resin ribbon is recommended for optimal performance and results.
Improved productivity by eliminating time spent cleaning surfaces prior to applying a label
Improved visibility and tracking by enabling the labeling of parts, assets, and containers that are traditionally difficult to label
Produces a strong and lasting chemical bond as the result of the adhesive reacting with the grease or oil-based surface
Offers excellent tear strength, dimensional stability, and heat and chemical resistance
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