Chemical Resistant Labels

Designed to withstand chemical exposure

Safeguard vital information with our chemical resistant labels, engineered to withstand harsh chemicals in laboratories, industrial settings, and healthcare facilities. These durable labels maintain clarity and adhesion in the face of substances like xylene and ethanol, ensuring critical data safely remains legible and intact.

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In the demanding environments of laboratories, industrial settings, and healthcare facilities, chemical resistant labels stand as a crucial ally, safeguarding vital information against harsh chemical exposure. Engineered to endure substances like xylene, ethanol, and isopropanol, these labels ensure that critical data such as chemical identities, safety instructions, and expiration dates remain intact and legible. Their robust construction resists fading, smudging, and degradation, even when in direct contact with a wide array of chemicals, solvents, and oils. With temperature-resistant and durable adhesives, our labels maintain their bond strength and clarity in diverse conditions. Whether used for labeling chemical containers in manufacturing or tracking samples in laboratories, these labels are pivotal in preventing confusion, errors, and enhancing safety. Dive into our range of chemical resistant labels and experience the peace of mind that comes with assured durability, compliance, and efficiency in every application.

  • Chemical Resistance: These labels are made from materials that are resistant to a wide range of chemicals, including acids, bases, solvents, and oils, to ensure they remain intact and legible when exposed to such substances.
  • Durable Printing: Chemical resistant labels use printing methods and inks that are designed to resist fading, smudging, or degradation when in contact with chemicals, ensuring that printed information remains clear and readable.
  • Adhesive Compatibility: Labels feature adhesives that are resistant to chemical exposure and will not break down or lose their bond strength when in contact with chemicals.
  • Temperature Resistance: Labels are often designed to withstand temperature variations, including extreme heat or cold, which can occur in chemical processing environments.
  • Durability: These labels are built to withstand physical wear and tear, abrasion, and exposure to outdoor elements in addition to chemical resistance.
  • UV Resistance: Some chemical resistant labels are formulated to resist ultraviolet (UV) radiation, preventing fading or deterioration when exposed to sunlight or UV-rich environments.
  • Material Choices: Chemical resistant labels can be made from various materials, including polyester, polypropylene, vinyl, or specialized chemical-resistant label stock, depending on the level of chemical exposure and the application.
  • 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 chemical resistant labels may include antistatic properties to prevent the buildup of static electricity, which can attract particles.
  • Barcode and QR Code Printing: Chemical resistant 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: Chemical resistant 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, chemical resistant labels may include tamper-evident features to indicate if a label has been removed or tampered with.
  • Color and Finish: Labels may come in different colors and finishes (e.g. matte or glossy) to accommodate specific labeling requirements, including color-coding or aesthetic preferences.
  • Label Size and Shape: Chemical resistant labels may come in various sizes and shapes to accommodate different labeling needs and surfaces.
  • Print Method Compatibility: We can make chemical resistant labels that are compatible with direct thermal printers, thermal transfer printers, laser printers, and inkjet printers.
  • Chemical Manufacturing: These labels are used to label chemical containers, drums, and storage tanks to provide essential information about chemical composition, hazards, and handling instructions.
  • Laboratories: Chemical resistant labels are applied to sample containers, chemical bottles, and laboratory equipment to track and identify substances, reagents, and experiments accurately.
  • Healthcare: In healthcare settings, chemical resistant labels are used to label laboratory specimens, medication containers, and medical equipment to ensure proper identification and safety.
  • Industrial Manufacturing: These labels are used in industrial environments to mark machinery, tools, pipes, and equipment, providing maintenance information and safety warnings.
  • Hazardous Materials: Labels are applied to hazardous materials containers to meet regulatory requirements for labeling, hazard communication, and safety compliance.
  • Inventory and Asset Management: Chemical resistant labels are used for tracking and managing inventory, equipment, and assets in environments where exposure to chemicals or harsh conditions is a concern.
  • Outdoor Applications: In outdoor settings, chemical resistant labels are used for product labeling, asset tracking, and warning signs where exposure to weather, UV radiation, and chemicals is expected.
  • Chemical Processing: These labels are applied to chemical processing equipment, tanks, and pipelines to provide information about chemical content, safety precautions, and maintenance schedules.

1. What are chemical resistant labels?

Chemical resistant labels are specially designed labels that can withstand exposure to harsh chemicals and solvents. They are commonly used in laboratories, industrial settings, and areas where chemicals are handled or stored.

2. Why is chemical resistance important in labels?

In environments where labels are exposed to chemicals, regular labels may degrade, leading to loss of legibility or adhesion. Chemical resistant labels ensure that important information remains intact and readable, even in harsh conditions.

3. What types of chemicals can these labels resist?

These labels are designed to resist a wide range of chemicals, including solvents, acids, bases, and various cleaning agents. The specific resistance depends on the label material and adhesive.

4. What materials are used to make chemical resistant 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. Are chemical resistant labels waterproof?

Most chemical resistant labels are also waterproof, making them suitable for use in environments where they may be exposed to moisture or submerged in liquids.

6. Can these labels withstand extreme temperatures?

Many chemical resistant labels can withstand extreme temperatures, but the exact range depends on the material and construction of the label.

7. How do I choose the right chemical resistant label for my needs?

Consider the specific chemicals the label will be exposed to, the environmental conditions (like temperature and humidity), the type of surface it will be applied to, and any regulatory compliance required.

8. Can chemical resistant labels be customized?

Yes, we offer customizable options for chemical resistant labels, including size, shape, color, and printability to meet specific requirements.

9. Are there different grades or types of chemical resistant labels?

Yes, there are different grades depending on the level of chemical resistance needed. Some are designed for mild chemical exposure, while others are made for use in highly corrosive environments.

10. How should chemical resistant labels be applied?

It’s important to apply these labels to clean, dry surfaces. Following the manufacturer’s instructions for application and curing times ensures optimal adhesion and chemical resistance.

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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Chemical Resistant 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.



Specially crafted to withstand extreme heat and pressure, autoclave labels are ideal for sterilization processes in medical and laboratory environments.

Heat Resistant

Built to endure high temperatures without losing integrity, heat resistant labels are perfect for applications in manufacturing and industrial processes involving heat exposure.

Cold Storage

Engineered for durability in low-temperature environments, cold storage labels maintain their adhesion and legibility in refrigeration and freezing conditions.

Cold Storage

Engineered for durability in low-temperature environments, cold storage labels maintain their adhesion and legibility in refrigeration and freezing 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