Heat-resistant / high temperature labels are specifically designed to withstand high temperatures without losing their adhesive properties, readability, or structural integrity. These labels are used in environments where exposure to elevated temperatures is common, such as industrial settings, manufacturing processes, automotive applications, or certain types of equipment.
The characteristics of heat-resistant labels include:
Temperature Threshold: These labels are engineered to withstand specific temperature ranges, often ranging from moderate heat to extreme temperatures, depending on the material used.
Adhesive Strength: The adhesive used in these labels remains stable and doesn’t degrade or melt under heat, ensuring that the label stays affixed to the surface.
Material Durability: Heat-resistant labels are typically made from materials that can withstand heat without degrading, warping, smudging, or losing legibility. Materials like polyester, polyimide, or specialty heat-resistant papers are commonly used.
These labels find applications in industries such as manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, and electronics, where exposure to high temperatures during production, processing, or operation is frequent. They are essential for labeling components, products, or parts that experience heat stress without compromising the integrity of the label or the information it carries.