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New label range for chemical drums launched in time for GHS regulation deadline
CILS has developed the 8100GHS range of thermal transfer and laser computer printable self-adhesive colour labels to help meet the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of classification and labelling of chemical drums and containers.
GHS requires that by the end of 2014 manufacturers and end users include specific information on all primary and secondary container labels, including product identifiers, signal words, colour pictograms, hazard statements and supplier identification.
To assist industry manufacturers and end users, CILS has developed the 8100GHS durable self-adhesive label range which feature a 'pre-printed' solvent-resistant coating allowing users to add variable data 'In-house' and 'on-demand'. The 8100GHS is perfect for a wide range of industrial applications including metal or plastic drums, containers and other difficult to bond surfaces.
3rd April 2014