Transparent Freezer-DTermo™ – Dymo-Compatible Deep-Freeze Labels (PATENT PENDING)
Size: 1″ x 1″ / 25.4mm x 25.4mm
Labels across: 1
Available Colors: White
Temperature Range: -80°C to +70°C
Our DYMO-Compatible solvent-resistant deep-freeze labels are designed to identify containers destined for short or long-term storage in freezers and refrigerators. They are ideal for various surfaces and containers including vials, microtubes, Falcon tubes, cell culture plates, microplates, as well as polypropylene and cardboard freezer boxes. These freezer-grade labels are provided in a transparent format allowing the containers’ contents to remain visible at all times. Accordingly, they are recommended for containers with precious samples requiring monitoring, like tubes or microtubes containing blood and serum samples. As they also tolerate relatively high temperatures, up to +70°C (+158°F), these clear labels are also suitable for identifying cell culture flasks and plates stored in incubators (+37°C/+99°F). These direct thermal labels come with a permanent adhesive that will keep the label from falling off or flagging over time, perfect for samples stored for extended periods in deep-freeze conditions. They are suitable for academic research labs, biorepositories, diagnostic and biotechnology companies, clinics, hospitals, and more.
These deep-freeze labels also display resistance to various harsh organic solvents such as xylene, acetone, and alcohols, eliminating the need to worry about exposure to disinfecting agents or any incidental spilling of such chemicals.
- Wide temperature resistance range, from -80ºC to +70ºC, makes them suitable for storage in freezers and use in incubators
- Allow contents of containers to remain visible while giving a “printed-on” effect
- Resist spraying with ethanol, harsh solvents, as well as cleaning using surface sanitizing wipes
- Convenient to print, no need for ribbons or other ink sources
- Compatible with all DYMO® LabelWriters
*To obtain the best quality printout, please select “Barcodes and graphics” as your print quality in the “Print settings” window.