Cryogenic Labels
Cryogenic Booklet Labeling

Booklet Labels for Cryogenics

Cryogenic booklet labels are designed with an integrated booklet (ECL) applied to a pressure sensitive label. Booklet labels significantly increase the amount of content that can be displayed and addresses regulatory or multi-language demands. 

The Cryogenic booklet label replaces the traditional solution of standard labels, inserts and cartons, with a secure and user-friendly solution that condenses multiple components into one. Cryogenic booklet labels can be customized based on your products specific needs including: page or panel count, constructions, materials, imprinting method, and color combinations, delivering the most effective solution for your product requirements.

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Why CCL Healthcare for Cryogenic Labels?

As a market leader in cryogenics label manufacturing, CCL Healthcare invests heavily in vision verification systems to establish the industry standard for pharmaceutical printing. The company manufactures under cGMP and ISO standards in temperature and humidity-controlled facilities, with a dedicated quality assurance team and production departments following strict SOPs and CSPs in fully segregated manufacturing areas. With 35+ specialized healthcare sites globally, the company’s experienced staff offers top-tier service, technical expertise, and product innovation.

Cryogenic labeling involves designing and producing labels that can function and perform effectively at below-freezing temperatures. Typically, cryogenic labels are engineered with a specific cryogenic storage stage in mind. It is essential to select labels that can withstand the storage temperatures and other temperature excursions and processes. Cryogenic temperatures can range from -90°C to -70°C and can drop as low as -135°C to -190°C in the vapor phase of liquid nitrogen, up to the thaw temperatures.

Numerous challenges come with cryogenic temperatures, such as labels being unable to adhere to frost and the inks smearing or scratching off the label. Additionally, labeling at room temperature and immediately placing it into cryogenic temperatures can cause the label to flag. Laboratories have developed several solutions to these challenges, but reliable secondary packaging suppliers for commercialized cryogenic products are limited. This is where CCL Healthcare excels as a leader in commercialized cryogenic labeling. Our team of cryogenic labeling engineers has rigorously tested materials and adhesives to provide the best cryogenic solutions for your labeling and packaging requirements.


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