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The weather is unpredictable, and temperature fluctuations can occur even in the most regulated climate-controlled environments. When you’re shipping sensitive packages, add a Temperature Monitor Label to keep a closer eye on how hot or cold your shipment gets as it travels from one place to another. When a temperature threshold is reached, these handy indicators change color, so you’ll know if your shipment was ever out of its expected temperature range.

• Miniature ColdSNAP recorders monitor food, medical supplies, or industrial materials, so you’ll know if the temperature dips below freezing.

• A non-reversible temperature indicator is easy to apply and the windows turn black when it passes the marked temperature, from 100° to 150°. The color won’t change back if it cools off.

Crystal Code offer the highest accuracy for keeping your important shipments at or below room temperature. Great for medical shipments or industrial materials.

It’s hard to think of a sign more essential to facility safety than a warning label. These postings help keep a facility OSHA compliant while also reminding workers and visitors to be cautious of various hazards. These notifications inform workers of crush hazards, to watch for forklifts, restricted zones, and that further equipment is required to enter a certain area. These warnings save workers from injury and strive to improve facility efficiency. Like all of the signs and labels made by Crystal Code, these were created with ANSI standards in mind.

Safety and warning labels are a necessity for keeping consumers and employees aware of any dangerous situations that may arise. Whether it’s unsafe aspects of work equipment or a product itself, clearly identified and legible safety and warning labels will keep those susceptible, aware of the potential hazards.

The real challenge is if you have a label going onto a surface that adhesives find difficult such as powder coated parts and elements that see temperature extremes. Additionally, any environments that result in exposure to varying temperatures and UV light will negatively affect the label.