How to choose your labels in sheets?The first question to ask yourself when choosing your labels is: what will they be used for?
Most frequent uses
- Administrative labels (for printing addresses for your mailings)
- Labels for the healthcare sector (self-adhesive labels available in different sizes and colors for the identification of patient records, laboratory samples, drug stocks)
- Shipping labels (labels that can be printed and applied, for example, to your parcels)
- Inventory management labels (labels used to identify your products or product lines in your storage space)
Once you have selected the type of labels you want, check their compatibility with your printer and select the desired material, color, weight, size and finish (matte/gloss).
Multi-purpose labelsAmong its wide range of labels, Etilux offers you multi-purpose labels for inkjet and laser printers and color or black and white copiers. These are self-adhesive labels made of white paper that is totally chlorine free, or polyethylene, with straight or rounded corners. These labels are available in standard sizes or in other sizes in production and can also be pre-printed.
Multiple possibilitiesPositioned on A3, A4, A5 or A6 sheets. All our labels will guarantee easy identification of your products. This range of labels can be subdivided into three categories: high-performance permanent adhesive labels on a multitude of substrates, removable adhesive labels and finally non-adhesive labels or cardboard tags. They are available in a variety of colors and sizes, including round, matte or glossy finishes.
High-end labelsOnly printable from a laser printer, our high-end labels made of permanent adhesive paper have a glossy finish for a professional look in the identification of your products.
Durable PE and PET labelsSofter than polyester labels, polyethylene labels are ideal for soft materials and slightly rough surfaces. They are used for labelling drums, cans, anodised aluminium plates, cardboard, unvarnished wood... Thanks to their excellent water resistance, they are approved to BS 5609 (for maritime transport).
Resistant to abrasion, humidity, solvents and temperature variations (use between -40°C and 120°C), polyester labels are recommended for use on porous materials such as foams and plastics with low surface energy and on hard surfaces such as glass, hard plastic, varnished wood... With their high adhesion acrylic adhesive, they are UL & CSA approved.