Sterile Labels

Clean labels designed for aseptic settings

Keep your objects free of contamination with our sterile labels-ideal for sectors like healthcare and laboratory research requiring uncompromised cleanliness and accuracy. Designed to meet Class 5 cleanroom standards and irradiated to prevent contamination from pathogens, our sterile labels provide reliable safety and traceability.

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In the highly regulated realms of healthcare, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and laboratory research, sterile labels stand as a crucial component, ensuring both compliance and efficiency. These labels are expertly crafted to meet the stringent demands of sterile environments, offering reliable performance in various critical applications. From labeling sterile medical devices and pharmaceutical products to marking laboratory equipment, our sterile labels are integral for maintaining the highest standards of sterility. Treated with advanced sterilization methods, they are guaranteed to be free from microbial contamination, aligning with Class 5 cleanroom specifications. With attributes like low particle generation, chemical resistance, and robust adhesion, our sterile labels excel in delivering clear, legible information while adhering to strict cleanliness protocols. Discover how our versatile range of sterile labels, customizable in material, size, and printing options, can enhance your sterile processes, ensuring safety, traceability, and compliance in every application.

  • Sterilization Compatibility: Sterile labels are irradiated to ensure they are free of microbial contamination.
  • Low Particle Generation: These labels have minimal particle generation to prevent contamination within sterile environments, ensuring that no particles are released during label application or use.
  • Adhesive Compatibility: Sterile labels feature adhesives suitable for cleanroom surfaces that won't leave residue or particles when removed, minimizing the risk of contamination.
  • Chemical Resistance: Labels are resistant to chemicals and disinfectants commonly used in cleanrooms to ensure that they remain legible and intact.
  • Print Legibility: Labels allow for clear and precise printing of information, including text, barcodes, and QR codes, for tracking, traceability, and identification purposes.
  • Compliance with Sterility Standards: Sterile labels adhere to industry-specific standards for sterility.
  • Material Choices: Sterile 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 sterile labels may include antistatic properties to prevent the buildup of static electricity, which can attract particles.
  • Barcode and QR Code Printing: Sterile 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 sterile labels with specific information, logos, or designs to meet their unique needs.
  • Variable Data Printing: Sterile 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: Sterile labels may come in various sizes and shapes to accommodate different labeling needs and surfaces.
  • Print Method Compatibility: We can make sterile labels that are compatible with direct thermal printers, thermal transfer printers, laser printers, and inkjet printers.
  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturing: Sterile cleanroom labels are used to label pharmaceutical products, vials, containers, and packaging to ensure product traceability and compliance with regulatory standards.
  • Medical Device Production: Labels are applied to medical devices, equipment, and packaging to provide information about sterilization status, lot numbers, and usage instructions.
  • Healthcare Facilities: Sterile cleanroom labels are used in healthcare settings for labeling sterile instruments, surgical equipment, and medical records to ensure proper identification and traceability.
  • Biotechnology Laboratories: Labels are applied to sterile containers, test tubes, and laboratory equipment to track samples, reagents, and experimental data accurately.
  • Aseptic Processing: In aseptic processing environments, sterile cleanroom labels are used to identify sterile containers, fill volumes, and critical process parameters.
  • Research and Development: Sterile labels are used in cleanroom research and development labs to label samples, experiments, and research materials with detailed information.
  • Clinical Trials: In clinical trials, sterile labels help identify and track sterile pharmaceuticals and medical devices used in research studies.
  • Hospital Sterile Areas: Healthcare facilities use sterile cleanroom labels to mark sterile supply storage areas, surgical instruments, and patient records in sterile environments.
  • Blood Banks: Sterile labels are used in blood banks to track and identify blood products, ensuring accurate documentation and traceability.

1. What are sterile labels?

Sterile labels are adhesive labels used in environments where sterility is crucial, such as in medical, pharmaceutical, or laboratory settings. These labels are treated or manufactured in a way to ensure they are free from microorganisms.

2. Why are sterile labels important?

In sterile environments, any form of contamination can compromise the integrity of the products or experiments. Sterile labels ensure that the process of labeling does not introduce any contaminants.

3. How are sterile labels sterilized?

Common sterilization methods include autoclaving, gamma irradiation, and ethylene oxide treatment. The method used depends on the label material and the specific requirements of the application.

4. Can sterile labels resist high temperatures?

Many sterile labels are designed to withstand high temperatures, especially if they are intended for use in autoclaves. However, the exact temperature range depends on the label material and adhesive used.

5. Are there different types of sterile labels for different applications?

Yes, sterile labels vary in terms of size, shape, material, adhesive type, and resistance properties to meet the diverse needs of different sterile applications.

6. How should sterile labels be stored?

They should be stored in their original sterile packaging until use. The storage environment should be consistent with the manufacturer’s recommendations, typically in a cool, dry place.

7. What materials are used in making sterile labels?

Common materials include polypropylene, polyester, and other synthetics known for their durability and resistance to sterilization processes. The adhesives are also formulated to maintain adhesion post-sterilization.

8. Can sterile labels be customized?

Yes, we offer customization options for sterile labels, including size, color, printability, and pre-printed information or barcodes, tailored to specific requirements.

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

Consider the sterilization method, environmental conditions (like temperature and humidity), surface type for application, and any regulatory compliance required for your industry.

10. Are there specific regulatory standards for sterile labels?

Depending on the industry and application, there might be regulatory standards governing the use of sterile labels. It’s important to consult industry-specific regulations and standards when selecting labels for use in sterile settings.

Why Choose CleanMark

Quality, Customization, and Speed at Your Service


Expert Guidance

Get the perfect label solution with advice from our team. We’re here to help every step of the way.


Custom Solutions

Drawing on extensive experience and diverse material options, we create labels that are tailor-made for you.


Seamless Integration

Set up your labels quickly and easily. They’re designed to fit right into your printing and application systems.


Swift Production

Need labels fast? Count on us for quick 4-day delivery, even for complex orders.


Adaptive Scalability

Your business changes, and so can your labels. We can easily adjust designs and production as you grow.

Why Choose CleanMark

Quality, Customization, and Speed at Your Service

Precision in Every Dimension

Our Label Design Process Focuses On 3 Key Areas


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


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


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


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Sterile Labels

Evaluate our label samples in your environment to assess their performance under your specific conditions. This will help you feel sure about choosing the right labels for your needs. We have many kinds of labels and can send you samples quickly to help you decide.

Additional options for Cleanroom Labels


Designed for contamination-sensitive environments, cleanroom labels are manufactured to be low-particulate and residue-free, ensuring integrity in high-standard cleanroom conditions.

What Our Customers Say


"The CleanMark team was informative about the different materials and print processes. They were able to quickly get me samples to test as well as pre-production proofs to verify label size, orientation and color. They fulfilled on their promise to decrease my delivery time while improving print quality."

Ernie Schrepfer

Associate Director of Quality at Access Biologicals