GHS LAbels

Hazcom/GHS/Drum Labels

  • Poly-Twin® LX™ LASER Labels
  • Poly-Twin® EP™ INKJET Labels
  • Thermal-Twin® Thermal Transfer
  • Twin-Tag® Bulk Tags
  • Specialty Labels (Dual Adhesive, Security, Opaque, Custom)
Product Labels

Product Labels

  • Brandywine Prime™ Gloss Film Labels
  • Brandywine Prime™ Gloss Paper Labels
  • Pigment or Dye inks
  • Custom Label Formulations
BS 5609 tested custom adhesive, 50# lay-flat liner and a laser-specific top coating
Hazcom/GHS/Drum Labels
Prints on most popular laser and LED printers
BS5609 Compliant
Comes off liner better than other labels
Aggressive adhesion in the most extreme conditions
UV resistance for DOT compliance
Proprietary top coating anchors toner
Dual-Adhesive™ technology
Poly-Twin® EP for Inkjet printers
Hazcom/GHS/Drum Labels
Meets all GHS requirements
PIRA certified to meet BS5609 specification
UV, abrasion and solvent resistance
Aggressive adhesion in the most extreme conditions
Proprietary top coating anchors durable pigment inks
Dual Adhesive™ technology
Product Labels Image
Product Labels
Print beautiful, vibrant and durable labels
True print-on-demand label printing for auto-application
Die-cut to fit the shape and contours of your bottles and cans, with full edge-to-edge printing
Print with durable pigment inks or Memjet dye inks
Preprinted labels also available
Twin-Tag on tanker truck image
Hazcom/GHS/Drum Labels
2-OUT, 3-OUT and 4-OUT non-adhesive tags per sheet 
Imprintable matte top coating (Laser or Inkjet versions)
For bulk transportation containers, totes, deck tanks, valves (requires hole punch)
Meets GHS, HazCom2012, CLP, ANSI, DOT, BS5609 standards
Thermal Transfer labels
Hazcom/GHS/Drum Labels
Dual-Adhesive™ technology
Designed to withstand the most hazardous industrial chemical labeling environments
Labels available fan-folded or on Rolls
Patents granted in 1997 and 1999 for coating two adhesives on a label
Hazcom/GHS/Drum Labels
Dual-Adhesive™ label technology
GHS product labels
Five (5) for 1 label savings
Change Product name without relabeling