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Specialised labels for vials, tubes & bottles. Free Sample Pack

Feb 21 2017 Comments 0

Don’t get stuck with labels that smudge or fall off. Brady offers extremely durable and printable identification labels to identify, track and trace laboratory samples. Try our labels in your laboratory.

Brady Laboratory labels have been engineered to stay attached to samples even when frozen with liquid nitrogen or heated in an autoclave. The ink used to print them can resist chemicals typically used in laboratories to ensure their legibility and traceability for life.

Why label? Read the Sample Certainty Whitepaper.

  • Print on-demand, legible labels that resist smudges, peeling and fading.
  • Adhere labels to samples and specimens and be confident they won’t fall off, even when exposed to extreme temperatures and harsh chemicals.
  • Accurately identify and track vials, tubes, slides, bottles and more without errors or waste.

With Brady’s durable labels for vials, tubes & bottles, printed with a Brady thermal transfer printer, your sample identification label is set to remain attached and stay legible, even when stored in freezers or liquid nitrogen, or when heated in an autoclave or hot water bath.

Get your free sample pack with three different materials for several applications and test professional Brady labels in your laboratory.

Request the free sample pack now.

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