HERMA self-adhesive materials with seawater resistance

 

HERMA self-adhesive materials with BS 5609, Section 2 certificate (seawater resistance)

Most products used in the chemical industry require certification according to British Standard 5609, Section 2. To comply with this standard, an affixed, unprinted label must be able to withstand three months of immersion in seawater without separating from the substrate. Containers with these labels can therefore be transported by sea without difficulty. The interaction between the label material and the adhesive is crucial. With the UV-acrylic adhesives and dispersion adhesives from HERMA, this challenge can be met with ease.

Label material

Adhesive

HERMA PE Paperprint (812)

63B

HERMA PE white (850)

62B

HERMA PE white tc (851)

62B

HERMA PE transparent (860)

62B

HERMA PE transparent tc (861)

62B

HERMA PE white matt (870)

62B

HERMA PETP white gloss (895)

63B

HERMA PETP silver SR (995)

63B

HERMA PETP white matt (996)

63B

HERMA PETP transparent matt (997)

63B

HERMA PETP white matt Laser (998)

62Z

HERMA PP Paperprint (813)

63B

HERMA PP white extra tc (880)

65Tpc

HERMA PO Laser (801)

64Z

HERMA PO Laser (801)

64B

HERMA PE Laser (800)

64B

HERMA PE Laser (800)

64Z

HERMAprintex (931)

63B

HERMA PP Inkjet (821)

63B

It is the responsibility of the label printer to ensure that the printed labels comply with the requirements of the standard BS 5609, Section 3, regarding the performance evaluation of printed labels.

HERMA self-adhesive materials with seawater resistance

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