by Brianna Crandall — January 2, 2018 — Avery Products Corporation, a worldwide supplier of labels and short-run label printing and software solutions, introduced Surface Safe ID Labels this fall. The industrial-strength printable labels are engineered to stick tight but remove cleanly, with no scraping, from metal, glass, plastic, fiberglass, polyethylene and polypropylene.
The labels are made of a durable polyester material that provides superior barcode scanning, even from a distance, and they are engineered to be water, chemical, abrasion and tear resistant. The labels are recommended for indoor use, and they can be used on a variety of surfaces in warehouses, offices, factories, hospitality venues and tough environments.
Tina Huff, group product manager, stated:
These new labels offer a great way for businesses and facilities to easily print custom labels that won’t damage surfaces, and even better, they hold up to the wear and tear in warehouses, manufacturing floors and offices. The adhesive used in our Surface Safe technology sticks really strong but removes cleanly when you’re ready to make a change. That means no more scraping and scrubbing off old labels. And with our easy-to-use software, customers can print new labels in minutes from their desktop printer.
Surface Safe ID Labels
- Removable Surface Safe adhesive sticks and stays put yet removes cleanly without damage or residue, for up to three years when used as recommended
- Great for metal racks, shelving, cabinets and popular brands of plastic storage totes and bins
- Easily create custom identification labels or barcode labels using the free Avery Design and Print software
- Compatible with both inkjet and laser printers
The new Surface Safe ID Labels join the company’s Surface Safe Sign Labels that were recently awarded the 2018 Industrial Safety & Hygiene News (ISHN) Reader’s Choice Award. Surface Safe Signs are engineered to stick securely, but to not damage walls or paint.
All Avery Surface Safe products are available from the company’s website, Amazon, and other retailers and distributors. Brea, California-based Avery Products Corporation, a division of CCL Industries, supplies labels, specialty converted media and software solutions for short-run digital printing applications for businesses and consumers.