Epson ColorWorks Label Printers, widely recognized as the industry standard for chemical companies requiring GHS-compliant labels, offer print-on-demand simplicity and adaptability, making them a top choice even in harsh conditions.
These printers were the first to attain BS5609 certification, now a common durability benchmark, especially suited for GHS large format chemical and drum labels.
These printers are known for their durability, making them suitable for hazard labels.
This durability is achieved through the use of durable pigment-based inks instead of dye-based inks.
These pigment-based inks provide resistance and stability against various chemicals like acetone, MEK, and alcohol. They are also smudge-resistant, fade-resistant, and impervious to water and oil.
Regarding GHS compliance, Epson ColorWorks Label Printers align with the UN’s Globally Harmonized System (GHS), a system crucial for worker safety, utilizing standardized color pictograms.
Compliance with GHS, especially with its unique color pictograms and label requirements, posed challenges for many.
With the mandatory adoption of GHS labels in January 2017, the demand for pre-printed labels surged, causing increased costs and reduced efficiency. However, Epson’s color-on-demand printers presented a solution.
These printers eliminated the need for pre-printed labels. Users can easily print required hazard labels by using plain labels with these efficient, cost-effective printers.
Epson ColorWorks Label Printers simplify label printing workflows, reducing errors and ensuring quality labels that meet all legal requirements.
Moreover, they spare users from the expense and complexity of pre-printed labels. Many chemical companies are turning to these printers for their factories, recognizing their value and practicality.
If you want to explore how Epson ColorWorks Label Printers can benefit your business, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today.