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Labels: an important role in laboratory testing

Labelling samples accurately in a laboratory environment requires overcoming many challenges such as xylene and acetone exposure, extreme temperatures, and relying on robust solvent compatibility.

Laboratories are fast-paced, efficient work areas that require accurate data and confidence in its equipment, including sample labels. A lost or damaged label can throw work into chaos. Losing this invaluable data means unknown variables now exist, such as sample contents, expiration, and impact on any other laboratory elements. That is why damaged labels will result in destroyed samples and lost work.

GSM Barcoding is a member of the largest nameplate and label company in Europe, the GSM Group. Since 1974, as well as wireless networking and mobile computers, we have provided several industries with premium barcoding, printing and label solutions, including laboratory labels.

Laboratory labels can cover a range of purposes from biotechnology, agriculture, environmental and forensic laboratories. GSM Barcoding provides labels to suit these sectors with a range of label materials and adhesive solutions

Each sector requires its own detailed, scientific labels that present a range of data such as sample type, container size, storage conditions, and application.

www.gsmbarcoding.co.uk

 

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