Cleanroom Labels

Custom Labels Designed for Controlled Environments

Upgrade your critical environments with our cleanroom labels, perfect for sectors like semiconductor and pharmaceutical that demand precise identification with minimal contamination. These cleanroom compatible labels are designed for ultra-low particle generation, ensuring superior performance and compatibility.

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Cleanroom labels are used in contaminant-controlled environments to identify, describe, and track information on products and packages. Cleanrooms are controlled environments with low levels of airborne particles and contaminants, typically used in biotech, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, aerospace, and healthcare industries. In such controlled cleanroom environments, precise identification and traceability are paramount. Our cleanroom labels offer exceptional performance, ensuring reliable identification and accurate tracking while maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness. With their low particle generation, minimal outgassing, and compatibility with cleanroom surfaces, our cleanroom labels support your cleanroom protocols and enhance operational efficiency. Explore our comprehensive range of cleanroom labels and discover how they can elevate your cleanroom processes.

  • Low Particle Generation: Designed to have low particle generation to prevent contamination within the cleanroom environment.
  • Compliance with Standards: Adhere to industry-specific ISO 5 cleanliness standards.
  • Adhesive Compatibility: Feature adhesives that are suitable for cleanroom surfaces and won’t leave residue or particles when removed.
  • Chemical Resistance: Can resist exposure to chemicals or cleaning agents used in the cleanroom environment.
  • Durability: Strong enough to withstand the conditions in cleanrooms, including temperature and humidity variations.
  • Legibility: Allow for clear and easy printing of information including text, barcodes, and QR codes, for tracking and traceability purposes.
  • Material Choices: Cleanroom labels can be made from various materials, such as polyester, polypropylene, or synthetic paper, depending on the specific cleanroom requirements and the intended use of the label.
  • Adhesive Type: Users may have the option to choose from different adhesive types, including permanent, removable, or repositionable, depending on the label's application.
  • Antistatic Properties: Some cleanroom labels may include antistatic properties to prevent the buildup of static electricity, which can attract particles.
  • Barcode and QR Code Printing: Cleanroom labels may offer the option to print barcodes, QR codes, or other data matrix codes for tracking and inventory management.
  • Custom Printing: Customers may have the option to order custom-printed cleanroom labels with specific information, logos, or designs to meet their unique needs.
  • Variable Data Printing: Cleanroom labels can be customized with variable data printing, allowing for unique serial numbers, dates, or other variable information on each label.
  • Tamper-Evident Features: In some cases, cleanroom labels may include tamper-evident features to indicate if a label has been removed or tampered with.
  • Color Coding: Color-coded labels can be used to visually differentiate between different cleanroom zones, equipment, or processes.
  • Label Size and Shape: Cleanroom labels may come in various sizes and shapes to accommodate different labeling needs and surfaces.
  • Print Method Compatibility: We can make cleanroom labels that are compatible with direct thermal printers, thermal transfer printers, laser printers, and inkjet printers.
  • Equipment Labeling: Cleanroom labels are used to identify and track equipment within the cleanroom environment. This includes labeling tools, machinery, and instrumentation to ensure proper maintenance, calibration, and traceability.
  • Product Identification: In industries like pharmaceuticals and electronics manufacturing, cleanroom labels are applied to products or components to provide detailed information about their specifications, lot numbers, manufacturing dates, and expiration dates.
  • Inventory Management: Cleanroom labels help manage inventory by tracking the quantity, location, and status of materials and supplies used within the cleanroom, ensuring that stock levels are maintained and reorder points are identified.
  • Chemical Container Labeling: In laboratories and cleanroom settings that handle chemicals, cleanroom labels are used to mark chemical containers with essential information, including chemical names, hazard warnings, and safety instructions.
  • Sample Identification: Laboratories and cleanrooms often use cleanroom labels to label samples, specimens, and test tubes, ensuring accurate tracking and traceability in research and testing processes.
  • Documentation and Record Keeping: Cleanroom labels are applied to documents, logbooks, and records to indicate approvals, revisions, dates, and other relevant information, ensuring accurate documentation and compliance with regulatory standards.
  • Cleanroom Zones and Areas: Labels are used to mark different zones or areas within the cleanroom, indicating their specific cleanliness level, safety precautions, or access restrictions.
  • Emergency Procedures: Cleanroom labels may include emergency contact information, evacuation instructions, or safety protocols to ensure the safety of personnel in the event of an emergency.
  • Product Packaging: In industries like medical device manufacturing and pharmaceuticals, cleanroom labels are applied to product packaging to provide essential information such as sterilization indicators, lot numbers, and usage instructions.
  • Workstation Identification: Cleanroom labels are used to identify individual workstations, including information about the personnel responsible for the area, the last cleaning date, and specific procedures or protocols.
  • Expiration Dates: For perishable items or products with limited shelf life, cleanroom labels include expiration dates to ensure that expired items are not used within the cleanroom.
  • Warning and Safety Labels: Labels may include warnings about hazardous materials, safety precautions, and proper handling instructions to ensure the safety of personnel in the cleanroom.
  • Traceability and Compliance: Cleanroom labels play a critical role in maintaining traceability and compliance with industry-specific regulations and standards.

1. What are cleanroom labels?

Cleanroom labels are specially designed adhesive labels used in cleanroom environments. These environments, like laboratories or manufacturing areas, require low levels of environmental pollutants. The labels are made to not shed particles or fibers, maintaining the cleanliness of the area.

2. Why are cleanroom labels necessary?

In environments where even a small amount of contamination can lead to product failure or inaccuracies in research, cleanroom labels ensure that the labeling process doesn't introduce contaminants.

3. What materials are used in cleanroom labels?

They are typically made from materials that have low levels of particulate and chemical emissions, such as polypropylene or polyester. The adhesives used are also designed to minimize contamination.

4. How are cleanroom labels different from regular labels?

Unlike regular labels, cleanroom labels are processed and packaged in controlled environments to ensure they are free from contaminants. They also resist chemicals and extreme temperatures better.

5. Can cleanroom labels withstand sterilization processes?

Most cleanroom labels are designed to withstand various sterilization processes, including autoclaving, gamma irradiation, and ethylene oxide sterilization.

6. Are there different types of cleanroom labels for different cleanroom classes?

Yes, cleanroom labels are categorized based on the cleanroom class they are suitable for. Labels for higher cleanroom classes (like Class 1 or 10) have stricter requirements regarding particle and chemical emissions.

7. How should cleanroom labels be stored?

They should be stored in their original packaging in a clean environment to prevent contamination before use. Temperature and humidity conditions should be consistent with the manufacturer's recommendations.

8. Are there customizable options for cleanroom labels?

Yes, we offer customizable options in terms of size, shape, color, and printability to meet specific needs in cleanroom environments.

9. How do I choose the right cleanroom label for my needs?

Consider the cleanroom class, the type of surface the label will be applied to, exposure to chemicals or temperature extremes, and any specific regulatory requirements.

10. Are there environmental or health concerns associated with cleanroom labels?

Cleanroom labels are generally safe, but it's important to follow the manufacturer's safety guidelines, especially when handling labels designed for use in environments with harsh chemicals or extreme temperatures.

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Precision in Every Dimension

Our Label Design Process Focuses On 3 Key Areas

Adhesion

We assess and select the optimal adhesive to ensure reliable bonding and removal suited to a range of substrates and application scenarios.

Application

Our design process involves optimizing release and peel values for seamless integration with both manual and machine applied label processes.

Print

We ensure compatibility with your printing systems and application conditions so that your labels remain legible over time.

 

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Sterile labels are pre-sterilized and packaged to maintain sterility, ideal for use in medical, pharmaceutical, and laboratory environments where maintaining aseptic conditions is crucial.

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