Here we highlight some of the label products offered by Iwata Label. Our products are renowned for their safety, utility and creativity.
Shrink Tack Label - STL
A unique way of labeling and sealing solution in one process using a shrinkable film with adhesive at the back.
It is shrunk through heat with minimal heat exposure.
- Heat Shrinkable Label with pressure sensitive “adhesive” at the back
- Uniaxially extended film
|Less Heat Exposure|
|Pressure Sensitive Adhesive|
|Shatter Control / High Containment for Hazardous Drugs|
|Labeling and Sealing in One Machine (Small Footprint)|
|Requires Heat Tunnel|
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|Surface base material||PET shrink||Thickness||45μｍ Transparent / Amber||Thickness||50μm Aluminum deposition|
|Release paper||Polyethylene-laminated glassine paper or plastic film|
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The protector and shrink tack label reduces risks of vial breaking and shattering. Users can also avoid coming into direct contact with hazardous residue on the vial surface.LEARN MORE
By covering a vial with a shrink tack label, it can be equipped with light-protecting functions. Film options available to protect your light sensitive products.LEARN MORE
Tamper-evident labels provide visual evidence that the container has been tampered with or opened. Perforated label creates strong protection against tampering. Body area of the label stays on the bottle with adhesive.LEARN MORE
The Hanger Label offers labeling and hanging functions in one label at the possible lowest cost. The hanger part of the label can be easily folded back when use. The Hanger Label could be applied by your existing vial labeling machine.LEARN MORE
Medication Error Prevention
By removing and re-attaching the tab part to a syringe, the risk of mix-up and medication errors can be reduced.LEARN MORE
Withstands storage in liquid nitrogen and ultra-low temperature freezers.LEARN MORE
Vial Protect Pack I
- By covering the vial with a plastic bottom protector plate and a shrink tack label, the risk of the vial breaking and shattering is reduced.
- As the vial is covered from the aluminum stopper to the base protector with a shrink tack label, even if the vial breaks, the contents are prevented from spilling.
- Attachment of the protector and application of the shrink tack label can be performed with a single labeler unit.
Vial Protect Pack II
- As plastic cup (protector) and shrink tack label cover the vial, it provides extra durability against breakage. Users can also avoid direct contact to the hazardous residue on the vial surface during handling.
- Even if the vial breaks, the contents are prevented from spilling.
- The container and protector are held in place with an adhesive, eliminating any worry of the vial slipping out of the protector.
- As the packaging fits closely against the vial, there is almost no change in its shape or size, making it easy to handle in a medical setting.
- This can also be applied using a conventional shrink tack labeler.
- US9592950 EP2937392
Shrink Tack Label - Light Protection
- Light resistance can be achieved from UV light to visible light range. Film options available.
- Applications and shrinking is done in one labeling machine.
- Due to perforation, the cap can be easily opened simply by lifting, and confirmation of the content liquid is possible. (Windowless types without removable labels are also available)
Shrink Tack Label - For Eye Dropper
- Labeling and sealing in one process.
- Pre-shrinking is not required.
- Even after the cap area of the label is removed, the body part stays on the bottle with adhesive.
- With uniaxial oriented material, there is little distortion of the barcode.
Shrink Tack Label - For Syringe
- Labeling and sealing in one process.
- Turn the rubber cap to open before use. Traces of opening may be left on the label.
- Depending on the shape or size of syringes, sealing options available.
- A hanger and label all in one.
- The hole in the label allows easier flip.
- Low cost. Your existing labeling machine could be used.
- Compared to a plastic hanger, it is easier to sort waste out and generates less waste.
- The hanger allows easy distinction between IV and injection drug bottle.
- After the medications has been drawn up out of the ampoule with a syringe, a tab part of the label is peeled off and transferred to the syringe. This could prevent medication mix-up or errors.
- When medication has been coinjected into an infusion bag, peeling off a portion of the label and applying it to the bag can prevent staff from forgetting or duplicating coinjection.
- The solution does not require extra investment and in most cases, your existing labeling machine can be used.
- The in-house test shows that the label firmly dtays on the glass vial in liquid nitrogen.
- Even after the thawing process, the label adhesion does not change.
- * Test results are not guaranteed.