Cryogenic labels for the identification of small diameter vials & tubes, plates, cardboard freezer boxes, polypropylene cryo boxes, and plastic bags. Designed for long-term cryo-preservation under cryogenic laboratory conditions including liquid helium (-269°C / -452.2°F), liquid and vapor phase liquid nitrogen (-196°C / -320.8°F), -80°C (-112°F) freezers and dry ice transportation. Labels can be printed with all major brands of thermal-transfer printers.
FDA Compliance: FDA 21 CFR 175.105 for indirect food contact
Resistant to extreme cryogenic conditions – as low as -269°C
Require zero cure time, can be immersed in liquid nitrogen immediately following application
Adhere to wet and moist surfaces
Labels are resistant to spraying and swabbing with alcohol and surface sanitizing wipes
Permanent adhesion, especially on curved surfaces (vials, microtubes, etc.)
Resistant to gamma irradiation (tested to up to 50kGy)