What is the scope of application of valeron label?
Valeron labels have a wide range of applications, including:
- Industrial labeling: Labeling heavy machinery, equipment, and tools in environments exposed to chemicals, moisture, or extreme wear and tear.
- Construction and building materials: Labeling construction materials, such as pipes, cables, and lumber, that require a durable and tear-resistant label.
- Transportation: Labeling vehicles, cargo containers, and shipping materials to withstand harsh handling and weather conditions.
- Agricultural and horticultural: Labeling plants, trees, and agricultural products with labels that can endure outdoor conditions and exposure to chemicals.
- Safety and warning labels: Providing clear and durable safety warnings, hazard notifications, or instructional labels in various settings.
How to select the correct valeron label?
To select the correct valeron label, consider the following factors:
- Adhesive: Choose an adhesive type that adheres securely to the specific surface material and withstands the intended environmental conditions.
- Size and shape: Select an appropriate label size and shape based on the available space on your product or equipment.
- Printability: Ensure the valeron label material is compatible with your preferred printing method and produces high-quality, long-lasting results.
- Environmental resistance: Consider the specific environmental factors the label will be exposed to and choose a valeron label that meets these requirements.
- Customization: Opt for customizable valeron labels with unique features, such as barcodes, QR codes, or serial numbers, if needed for your application.
What raw materials can be selected?
The primary raw material for valeron labels is Valéron® Strength Films, a cross-laminated polyethylene film that provides exceptional strength and durability. This material can be combined with various adhesives and coatings to achieve specific performance characteristics, such as:
- Adhesives: Suitable adhesive formulations for secure bonding to different surface materials and environmental conditions.
- UV stabilizers: Enhance the material’s resistance to UV exposure and fading.
- Colorants: Provide a range of color options for the valeron label material.
What should I pay attention to when pasting valeron label?
When pasting a valeron label, consider the following tips:
- Surface preparation: Ensure the surface is clean, dry, and free of dust, dirt, or grease for optimal adhesion.
- Temperature: Apply the label at an appropriate temperature, as extreme temperatures can affect adhesion.
- Alignment: Properly align the label to ensure a professional appearance and maximize its effectiveness.
- Application pressure: Apply firm, even pressure to the label to ensure it adheres securely and without bubbles or wrinkles.
- Storage conditions: Store unused valeron labels in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to prevent damage or degradation.