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Chemical Labels

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Chemical label legalities

As you probably know, chemical labels need to meet various legal standards to do with:

  • the materials they’re printed on
  • how they’re printed
  • their adhesive properties (for self-adhesive labels).

How did these standards originate?

These standards are part of the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)—a programme initiated by the United Nations on June 1, 2015 and agreed to internationally. The GHS standards ensure all hazardous goods are identified the same way, and anyone who manufacturers, imports or supplies chemical compounds and substances must follow them.

As a specialist label manufacturer, you can rest assured we not only know these standards, but follow them closely.

For example, we know the self-adhesive and film labels we print for polypropylene and polyethylene products must include the correct identifications, hazard and safety warnings. And we’ll print the GHS pictograms necessary for the container capacities you determine in the correct minimum sizes.

So whether your chemical manufacturing company is large or small, you can be confident your labels will comply with the GHS standards. And like all our labels, we’ll print them at the highest quality and at a reasonable price. And they’ll be delivered on time, every time. We can even send the label rolls directly to your bottler.

Labels for Chemicals; Roll Labels

Polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) labels

Chemical labels need to stay adhesive and legible for the life of the container. They need to be resistant to chemical substances so you can always find out what’s inside.

So our roll, self-adhesive and film labels are all made from polypropylene and polyethylene, which fulfil all the hazardous substance labeling requirements.

Save time and money by ordering your chemical labels online

Whether you manufacture or bottle chemicals, you’ll know the packaging is subject to pretty stringent regulations. Not only does the container need to be resistant to exposure from its contents (which are often hazardous substances), the label must also comply with legislative requirements.

Not sure what the best solution might be for your product? Just give us a call on 1800 954 777 or send us an email at, and we can provide you with all the advice and information you need. And once you’ve decided on what type of chemical labels you need you can order them online. Not only will it save you time, it can also save you money by having your labels delivered directly to your premises, or even to the bottler you work with.

And don’t forget: you can order a free sample pack to see the print quality and materials we offer. You can even ask for a test print to make sure it will look exactly as you thought it would.

What are the next steps?

Do you have any more questions? Would you like us to advise you or are you uncertain how best to implement your project? No problem! We would be delighted to advise you. Email us with your questions or call us directly. You can reach us from Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on 1800 954 777 or by email on Alternatively, you can also order our sample pack free of charge so that you can see the print quality and our materials for yourself or request a test print. In this way, you can be sure that we will stick to our quality commitments and everything will look just as you planned.

Chemical Labels FAQs

Generally speaking, either Polyethylene (PE) or Polypropylene (PP) materials are best suited to household and chemical product labels. Both materials are polymeric and do not absorb water or oil; they are also resistant to most household chemical products.

We produce labels of every shape and size to fit any pack-format. Label artwork should be print-ready and show the custom-shaped cutting tool. We extract the cutting tool data and send to our custom cutting tool manufacturer.

All labels will arrives on rolls to pre-discussed sizes and configurations; ready for either machine or manual application.

All labels will be shrink-wrapped and can be stored for up to 12 months.

Tools & Resources:

In order to review and test our materials & print quality most comprehensively, we recommend requesting a complimentary Sample Pack.

Ensure that your label artwork files are print-ready; download our data delivery guide.

Should you wish to proof your labels before committing to a larger run, we have devised a range of proofing services.

Use Our Online Calculator Tool and Calculate the Costs of Your Custom-Roll Labels in Real-Time.

Do you have specific questions regarding a current requirement or project? Please feel free to leave us a message.


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