Custom Self-Laminating Labels
High Quality, Professional Grade Mark-N-Seal Labels
Mark-and-seal labels—also know as write-and-seal labels and self-laminating labels—are for when you need to add your own information to a printed label and then seal it under a protective laminate. Label Tech mark-and-seal labels give you any easy solution to add and protect the information you put on a label. Once you've added your information, our mark-and-seal labels have a peel away liner to expose the adhesive on the attached clear laminate cover allowing you to seal the label.
The information you've added to the label is now protected from smearing, scratching and fading. The information added to the mark-and-seal label remains visible for the life of the label.
Self-Laminating Labels for a Variety of Applications
Are you looking for custom self-laminating or mark-n-seal ID labels for your hospital or business, or do you need inspection labels that require a permanent marking? How about calibration labels on your equipment that need to be protected through everyday use? Label Tech has been producing mark-n-seal labels for more than 30 years. Our technical expertise and highly experienced staff are what set us apart, and we are ready to help with any of your printing needs. Give us a call today and you’ll see we are up to the challenge for any custom mark-n-seal project you have!
Some of the self-laminating labels we provide include:
- Inspection Labels
- Calibration Labels
- ID Labels
- Equipment Labels
- And more!
Protect Necessary Information with with Label Tech’s Custom Mark-N-Seal & Self-Laminating Labels
Looking for a quote? We're happy to quote any project for you. Just fill out the form to the right. If you have questions, you can contact us at 1-800-639-9905. Send us your art files or drawings via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or through our ftp site. Let our customer service team help you choose the right specifications to make your perfect premium-quality, professional self-laminating labels.
High-Impact Custom Mark-N-Seal Labels
Finishes, Coatings & Considerations for Your Mark-N-Seal & Self-Laminating Labels
Lamination is key for any mark-n-seal or self-laminating label. The “seal” is a strip of lamination, already partially attached to the label, that still has the liner attached to it so you can write on the label, peel off the liner and seal the lamination over your markings. This protects your mark-n-seal label from damage and prevents your writing from easily being wiped away or washed off. Gloss lamination seems to be the trend for mark-n-seal labels, but matte lamination can also be used if you prefer.
Paper substrates are very common with mark-n-seal labels. Most people prefer to mark with a pen or marker, and paper is the easiest to mark on with most writing utensils. Some clients like the added resilience of plastic so they opt for white poly or silver poly substrates, but keep in mind you have to find a marker that is compatible with plastic. This limits your options for writing but adds some rigidity to your mark-n-seal label for some of the harsher environments.
Let us know what type of equipment or product your mark-n-seal labels will be applied to and the environment they will be applied in. You shouldn’t have to worry about whether your labels will hold up on your product. We’ve been helping clients like you for over 35 years, so let us guide you to the right adhesive and substrate for your mark-n-seal labels!
Frequently Asked Questions about Custom Self-Laminating Labels
Gloss lamination is good for a high sheen, and matte lamination is good if the matte appearance is your goal (matte lamination is also very trendy). Matte lamination is also good if you want to mark on the label with a sharpie or pen.
Selecting the right adhesive is critical to ensuring your product label remains intact. Questions we may ask to determine which adhesive is best include: Is it going in a refrigerator or freezer? There are adhesives specially designed for freezer applications. Is the product hot filled or cold filled? Is it applied to a wet surface?
Once your artwork is received and we have a P.O. with your requirements, the typical turnaround time is 10 business days. There are exceptions to this so please ask us during the quoting process if you require a better lead time.
We are ISO 9001/2015 certified by NQA, a Global Certification Body. What does this mean to you? We have a quality system in place that is strictly adhered to by management and our employees. We strive to be the best in our industry and our focus is making quality products for our customers time and time again. Consistency, reliability and experience are just a few of the things that set us apart.
We run quantities from 50 – 50,000,000. Fill out the Request A Quote form at the top of the page to get your custom quotation today!