Direct Thermal Labels
Direct Thermal Labels are commonly used as shipping labels, box end labels and picking/packing labels.
The construction of Direct Thermal material has a special heat-activated layer where a black print image is formed on the label as heat is applied direct from the print head.
This eliminates the need for a thermal transfer ribbon which makes for easier use, resulting in a lower cost per label. Direct thermal labels are generally used for short shelf life products and are not recommended for demanding conditions.
We offer a bespoke, affordable and easy to use service.
Labels are made from virtually any substrate and with a cutter library of over 2000 different shapes and sizes for you to choose from, as a company we are confident we can offer a size, shape and material to suit your application.
Our friendly team of label experts have the knowledge and experience to guide you through the process to ensure you get the right product for the right application.
We are a manufacturer of the products we supply, this is why we are confident about our delivery, reliability and cost effective label prices.
All of the labels we manufacture are compatible with all major thermal printer and applicator manufacturers such as Zebra, Datamax, Sato, Tharo, Toshiba/TEC, TSC and everything in-between.
If we can be of further assistance please do not hesitate to contact one of our Label Experts on 01642 474 230 or Contact Now.
Thermal Transfer Labels
Thermal Transfer covers a wide variety of materials everything from paper to synthetic alongside longer life, greater quality and durability than direct thermal labels.
Generally used for product identification, laboratory specimens, outdoor and even cold storage.
The use of Thermal Transfer Labels and Printer Ribbons uses less heat to transfer a printed image than Direct Thermal, giving you the ability to select a vast array of materials to work with.
First Choice Labels Ltd have built up an excellent reputation with our fantastic service, alongside quality products.