Chemical & GHS Labels
Weber has the special adhesive-coated, high performance film labels to meet your chemical drum and pail labeling needs. Plus we have labels that meet GHS and BS-5609 compliance standards and drum reconditioning procedures. When you are printing label in-house, make sure you use the right chemical-resistant variable-imprint label materials that are compatible with direct-thermal, thermal-transfer and inkjet print technologies. We can help you make the right label choices as well as guide you in choosing the best printer for your application.
We can help you meet your chemical labelling requirements today.
The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) is an internationally agreed-upon system, created by the United Nations. It is designed to replace the various classification and labeling standards used in different countries by using consistent criteria for classification and labeling on a global level.
Before placing chemicals on the market, the industry must establish the potential risks to human health and the environment of such substances and mixtures, classifying them in line with the identified hazards. The hazardous chemicals also have to be labelled according to a standardised system so that workers and consumers know about their effects before they handle them.
Visit hsa.ie for more information on CLP Regulation
Chemical Label Tips
- Be sure your labels are UV and chemical resistant; the label inks and coatings should resist fading or blurring when exposed to direct sun or chemicals inside the container.
- Special film labels resist chemical spills and last longer than standard film or paper labels.
- GHS labels require special hazard symbols that have to be printed in red ink to comply with new GHS guidelines.
- Contact Weber for more information and help meeting the requirements of the new GHS chemical label mandate.
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A new system for the classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures was introduced throughout Europe on 20th January 2009, when the European GHS regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008, also referred to as CLP regulation, entered into force. The new EU directive also affects labelling requirements. New pictograms in the shape of a red diamond with a white background are replacing the orange ones in the EU.View Product
Weather Resistant labels need to be able to handle exposure to all types of weather conditions plus direct sunlight and constant watering. Our polytag material can stand up to the job plus you can print variable information on-site with our thermal label printers equipped with durable thermal ribbons. Our garden labels come in lots of shapes and sizes, and can be used for custom printing. We can customize your labels with pre-printed logos and graphics.View Product
Special labels by Weber Marking Systems meet the most diverse of requirements and have numerous specialized features, depending on their purpose.View Product
The Markoprint Integra PP108 is the first inkjet printer with SEIKO printing technology and a circulating ink system. It features a POZIFLOW circulating ink system which prevents the accumulation of air in the nozzles and ensures a permanent, clean print image without missing print due to blocked nozzles. The system’s ink tank can be installed above, below, or at the same height as the print head without any problems. The new SEIKO printhead has a print height of 108 mm and achieves a remarkable speed of up to 150 meters per minute with a high resolution of 360 dpi.
Suited to Dual Colour Printing Applications such as Hazard Labelling, Dual Colour overprinting and Direct Printing Applications to corrugate, and web printing applications, the PP108 is the latest high end, economical Inkjet System using the latest Drop on Demand Printing Technology.View Product