Schreiner MediPharm, a Germany-based global provider of specialty pharmaceutical labeling products, has developed a special label for effectively marking dental carpules. The label is designed for use with dental carpules’ extremely narrow diameters – usually about 5 mm – and can be marked with variable data such as batch numbers or expiration dates. The new label is based on Color Laser Film (CLF), which features a thin composition and flexible structure ideally suited for application to these tiny syringe carpules. The film is marked using a laser; a beam penetrates a transparent laminate layer and exposes the color reference layer without producing harmful emissions. The laminate further enhances the high level of resistance and permanent legibility of the label by protecting it from damage by chemical substances or mechanical abrasion.
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