Freezer Labels

Durable labels designed to withstand ultra-low temperatures

Protect your critical information with our Refrigerator Labels, designed to withstand temperatures as low as -80°C (-40°F) while maintaining clear legibility and strong adhesion. Engineered for reliability and fully customizable, these labels are the essential solution for healthcare, laboratories, pharmaceuticals, and more.

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Freezer labels are the backbone of effective management in ultra-low temperature environments, essential in laboratories, biobanks, and pharmaceutical storage. Engineered to withstand temperatures as low as -80°C (-112°F), these labels ensure the integrity and legibility of critical data on frozen samples and products. Their durability in extreme cold, combined with resistance to moisture and frost, makes them indispensable for identifying and tracking items in commercial and household freezers alike. Whether for biological research, pharmaceutical integrity, or food safety, our freezer labels, available in various materials and customizable options, provide the reliability needed for rigorous freezer storage. Use our freezer labels to streamline your inventory management and uphold stringent safety and compliance standards in your cold storage operations.

  • Extreme Cold Resistance: Freezer labels are capable of withstanding ultra-low temperatures, often as low as -80°C (-112°F), without losing adherence, becoming brittle, or suffering damage.
  • Moisture Resistance: Labels are moisture-resistant to prevent smudging, discoloration, or disintegration due to condensation or exposure to humidity in freezer environments.
  • Adhesive Compatibility: Freezer labels feature adhesives that maintain their bonding strength even in extreme cold temperatures and won't leave residue when removed.
  • Legibility: Labels allow for clear and precise printing of information, including text, barcodes, and QR codes, for item identification and tracking, even under cold conditions.
  • Freezer Ink Compatibility: Some freezer labels use inks and printing methods specifically formulated for freezer storage, ensuring printed information remains intact at freezer temperatures.
  • Material Choices: Freezer labels are typically made from specialized freezer-grade materials, such as cryogenic paper, polypropylene, or polyester, to withstand extreme cold conditions.
  • Adhesive Type: Users may have the option to choose from different adhesive types, including permanent adhesives or removable adhesives, depending on their specific labeling needs.
  • 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.
  • Barcode and QR Code Printing: Freezer labels can offer the option to print barcodes, QR codes, or other data matrix codes for inventory management and tracking purposes.
  • Custom Printing: Customers can often order custom-printed freezer labels with specific information, such as product names, expiration dates, or item identification.
  • Variable Data Printing: Labels can be customized with variable data printing, allowing for unique information on each label, such as batch numbers, dates, or serial numbers.
  • Print Method Compatibility: We can make freezer labels that are compatible with direct thermal printers, thermal transfer printers, laser printers, and inkjet printers.
  • Label Size and Shape: Freezer labels may come in various sizes and shapes to accommodate different labeling needs and surfaces.
  • Biological Research and Storage: Research laboratories and biobanks use freezer labels to label and track biological samples, including DNA, tissues, cells, and specimens stored at cryogenic temperatures for research, clinical trials, and forensics.
  • Pharmaceutical Storage: Pharmaceutical companies, research institutions, and pharmacies use freezer labels to label and track medications, vaccines, and biological products stored in ultra-low-temperature freezers to maintain product integrity and regulatory compliance.
  • Food Storage and Processing: Food processing facilities, restaurants, and commercial kitchens use freezer labels to label and date frozen foods, ingredients, and prepared meals stored in commercial freezers for inventory management and food safety.
  • Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratories: Clinical laboratories use freezer labels to label and track diagnostic samples, reagents, and control materials stored in ultra-low-temperature freezers for medical testing and research.
  • Manufacturing and Quality Control: Manufacturing facilities use freezer labels to label and track components, materials, and products stored in ultra-low-temperature freezers for quality control, inventory management, and compliance.
  • 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 freezer labels?

Freezer labels are adhesive labels specifically designed for use in freezer environments. They are made to withstand extremely low temperatures without losing adhesion or becoming brittle, ensuring the integrity of labeling on frozen products.

2. Why are freezer labels necessary?

Regular labels may fail in freezer conditions, either by falling off or becoming unreadable. Freezer labels maintain their adhesion and readability in cold environments, essential for inventory management and safety in frozen storage.

3. What temperature range can freezer labels withstand?

Freezer labels are typically designed to withstand temperatures as low as -80°C (-112°F), but this can vary. It's important to check the specific temperature range of the label for your freezer's conditions.

4. Are freezer labels resistant to moisture and frost?

Yes, they are designed to resist moisture and frost, ensuring that they don’t peel off or smudge under typical freezer conditions.

5. What materials are used to make freezer labels?

They are often made from materials like polyester, vinyl, or other synthetics known for their durability in low temperatures. The adhesives are specially formulated for cold conditions.

6. Can freezer labels be used in both commercial and household freezers?

Yes, but it's important to choose a label appropriate for the specific temperature and conditions of the freezer, whether commercial or household.

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

Consider the temperature of your freezer, the type of surface the label will be applied to, exposure to moisture or frost, and any regulatory compliance required.

8. Can freezer labels be customized and printed on?

We offer customizable freezer labels, including options for size, shape, color, and printability. Ensure any printing method used is also suitable for low-temperature environments.

9. How should freezer labels be applied?

Apply them to clean, dry surfaces. Some labels may require a brief warming period for the adhesive to activate before application in the freezer.

10. Are there specific regulatory standards for freezer labels in certain industries?

In industries like food service, healthcare, and pharmaceuticals, there may be regulatory requirements for labeling in cold environments. Ensure your labels comply with these standards.

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.


Find the Right Freezer 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 Cold Storage Label Options


Cold chain labels are general purpose for usage in refrigerated settings between 2 °C to 8 °C.

Dry Ice

Our dry ice labels are for usage in ultra-low temperature laboratory freezers -40 °C to -80 °C.


Cryogenic labels are most ideal for liquid nitrogen environments (-196 °C).


Cryogenic labels are most ideal for liquid nitrogen environments (-196 °C).

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