All-Temperature vs. Freezer Adhesives

Choosing Cold Temp. Adhesives ☃️

As winter tightens its grip, the resilience of your labels becomes paramount. In this edition, we’re unraveling the intricacies of label adhesives, with a specific focus on two key options: All-Temp and Freezer-grade labels. Let’s explore when to deploy each, backed by real-world applications.

The Power of All-Temp and Freezer-Grade Labels

1. All-Temp Labels:

Versatility: Crafted to perform across a wide temperature spectrum, where temperatures fluctuate but do not reach extreme cold conditions. This adhesive performs best when applied before the substrate is exposed to a deep freeze.  However, many of our All Temp adhesives can be applied below freezing.

Applications: Shipping and Logistics: Ensure your labels remain steadfast in transit, from warm dispatch centers to chilly storage facilities.

Retail: Ideal for products that experience varying temperatures, such as those displayed in refrigerated sections.

2. Freezer-Grade Labels:

Cold-Weather Champions: Engineered to withstand prolonged exposure to freezing temperatures, or where temperatures cam drop significantly without compromising adhesion. Typically can be applied at temperatures around -40°F, while being exposed to some amounts of frozen condensation, with a service temperature range of -65° to 120°F

Applications: Food and Beverage: Perfect for labeling frozen food packaging, ensuring clarity and durability in cold storage and freezers.

Healthcare: Used in medical facilities to label specimens stored in ultra-low-temperature freezers.

Unlock your labeling potential with Crane Consumables. Discover the power of All-Temp and Freezer-Grade labels at Our range of materials and precision adhesives ensures your products endure the cold without compromising quality.

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