183 Page Stitched Booklet Label

Expanded Content Labels

Expanded Content Label - 184 Page Stitched Booklet ​

184 page stitched expanded content label is one of the largest page count ECL booklets on the market. The booklet was designed to accommodate several languages of instructions and products that mandate a significant amount of  regulatory information. The 184 page booklet has a tapered design allowing the booklet to confirm around cylindrical containers like bottles with out having flagging issues. CCL Healthcare has a large amount of design options to suit your specific needs; from opening positions, imprinting methods, varnish, lamination, back numbering, resealable, and removable. 

Overview of Booklet ECLs

The Booklet ECLs reduce administration, stock, improves production line speed, and ensures high security. Extended Content Labels are the perfect label solution for displaying high quantities of patient information on healthcare packaging. Booklet ECLs are suitable for several packaging types that require multi-language and extensive regulatory information. The panels contain all the regulatory information and any requirements necessary for the medication. Additionally, ECLs can offer promotions, coupons, and other forms of communication with the patient by printing them on the panels or utilizing smart technologies such as serialization, NFC, RFID, and more. 

Expanded Content Label Options

ECL Page/Panel Counts

Booklets

  • Stitched booklets: 4-184 pages
  • Glued bound booklets: 4-48 pages

Leaflets

  • Single Panel max: 16 panels
  • Multiple Ribbon glue bound max: 32 panels

Removable

  • Removable ECL leaflets allow the booklet to detach information without damaging the rest of the package.

Resealable

  • Resealable ECL Leaflets allow the label to be opened and closed for repeated use. The leaflet label also has a resealable closure available in many different versions. It can be covered with a dirt repellent and attractive looking lamination.

Open Tab Positions

Tab opening direction options: left or right

Tab opening direction options: left or right

Tab opening direction options: left or right

Tab opening direction options: left or right

Base Construction

Full Base Label -Expanded Content Labels

Full Base Labels are designed for use on flat surfaces including cartons, kits and cards. The base spans the entire length of the ECL from edge to edge. Bases can be constructed from a large array materials and is offered Clear, White, Black, Opaque or metalized substrates.

Full Base Section Shown in Blue

Front Side of the Label

Partial Base Label -Expanded Content Labels

Partial Base Labels are designed for use with cylindrical clinical containers such as bottles, vials, canisters and syringes. Partial Bases are a small section of base that adheres to the container and allows the booklet to wrap around the curved surface, generally the tab section is used to adhere to the other side of the container, securing the booklet. Bases can be constructed from a large array materials and is offered Clear, White, Black, Opaque or metalized substrates.

Small Partial Base Section Shown in Blue

Large Partial Base shown in Blue

Front Side of the Label

Segmented Label Base Construction -Expanded Content Labels

Segmented label base constructions are used when it is necessary to wrap a booklet label around one or more edges of a box or carton. As illustrated below it uses “2 base section” so the label is able to bend and adhere correctly around corners or tight radiuses. It is important to have all the packaging component dimensions when designing this type of label. 

 2-Base Section Shown in Blue

Front Side of the Label

Other Available ECL Formats

  • Full Graphics OTC with ECL
  • Multi-Wrap
  • Encapsulated Tear off leaflet
  • Back label with leaflet
  • Back label with stitched booklet
  • Back label with glue bound booklet
  • Tear off leaflet with zipper opening
  • Clinical Booklets 

Available Imprinting Methods

  • Thermal transfer
  • Laser
  • Hot stamp
  • Data lase

Lamination Options

Patterned Lamination for Imprinting

Patterned Lamination leaves an unlamented area for Imprinting.

Label Example

Fully Laminated - ECL

Full Lamination shown in pink

Label Example

Compatible Container Types

ECL’s can be custom made for many types of packaging. The flexibility of ECL’s designs even allow the most difficult containers or primary package to accommodate an ECL.

  • Round Bottle
  • Square Bottle
  • Vial
  • Syringe
  • Ampule
  • Carton
  • Auto Injector
  • and More

ECL Questions?

Not sure of what you need for your application ? One of our packaging specialists will be glad to help.

Why choose CCL for Expanded Content Labels

CCL Healthcare offers a vast selection of Expanded Content Labels. Our product line grows as the demand for innovative solutions increases. CCL Healthcare product engineers work side-by-side with your team to ensure you have the best labels and packaging for your products. Our engineers focus on providing you with the highest quality solutions.  CCL Healthcare product engineers can help custom design the labels you need. This includes any packaging to secure your product in any configuration. Our product line has everything you need. CCL healthcare provides a wide range of printed packaging such as printed literature for user manuals, labels, folding cartons, partitions, carton tray dividellas, smart packaging, and specialty products. Our global presence and manufacturing footprint allows you to go global with 34+ specialized healthcare sites. Our experienced staff can provide the highest level of service, technical expertise, and product innovation anywhere you are.

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