Thermal label

Thermal label

The thermal label consists of two parts. The first part is the label, which is usually made of paper or synthetic film, and the second part is the heat-sensitive layer under the label. During printing, heat is quickly transferred to the label and due to the heat, the heat-sensitive layer is colored and the desired pattern is formed on the label.

Thermal labels are used in many industries due to the simplicity and speed of printing, low cost and no need for ink. For example, in food packaging, thermal labels are used to write expiration dates and product information. Also, in the warehousing industry, thermal labels are used to label cartons and products, and in e-commerce, they are used to label products and shipments.

In general, a thermal label is a type of label that is printed using heat and is used in various industries for labeling products and packaging.

Uses of thermal labels

Thermal labels are used in many industries and sectors. Below are some of the uses of these labels:

  • food industry: Thermal label is used to label food packaging such as sugar, bread, dairy products, etc. These labels usually include information such as product name, production date, expiration date, ingredients, and nutritional information.
  • Pharmaceutical industry: The thermal label is used to label the packaging of drugs and pharmaceutical products such as tablets, capsules, syrups, etc. These labels usually include information such as drug name, manufacturing date, expiration date, usage instructions, and usage precautions.
  • Electronics industry: Thermal labels are used to label electronic products such as mobile phones, laptops and tablets. These labels usually contain information such as product name, serial number, price, technical specifications, etc.
  • Automotive industry: Thermal label is used to label car parts such as battery, wiring and mechanical parts. These labels usually contain information such as part name, part number, date of manufacture, etc.
  • Stationery section: Thermal label is used to label stationery products such as pens, pencils, pens, etc. These labels usually contain information such as product name, product type, price, etc.
  • Department of stores: Thermal labels are used to label store products such as coffee, chocolate and other food items, household appliances, personal items, etc. These labels usually include information such as product name, production date, expiration date, price, and other information related to the product.