To ensure compliance with safety regulations, there are several important considerations for labeling chemical containers. These range from your labeling machine specifications to any required chemical resistance properties. Other factors may include the material to which the label will be applied and the fill temperature of a container’s contents.
Working with a variety of materials and stocks, Seneca can provide GHS labels and chemical product labels with high-contrast, easy-to-read messages and warnings. Need custom labels to meet California’s Prop 65 requirements? We’re here to help.
Permanent adhesives and chemical resistant materials ensure your label will last in harsh environments. This includes BS5609 certified labels for chemicals or hazardous products shipped by sea.
We have decades of experience with many chemistry industry labeling applications, including:
- Drum Labels
- Cleaning Product Labels
- Raw Material Labels
- GHS Pictograms
- Hazardous Waste Labels
When you work with Seneca, you have a partner who has experience meeting the unique challenges of labels for chemical containers. Contact us today to discuss your next project.