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Label & Identification
Label & Identification

Label & Identification

Thermal Transfer and Direct Thermal printing methods are the most popular. Customizable options can include roll stock or fan fold, white or colored labels, and specific adhesive types.

Thermal transfer printers utilize a thermal print head to create an image, by transferring ink from ribbons onto the labels. This allows for high quality bar-code print, wider label options, use of color or black ribbons, while produced on robust equipment that has great durability.

Direct Thermal printers produce the same output, but without the use of ribbons. The direct thermal label stock image is produced directly from the thermal head, thus reducing the carbon footprint while saving on labor and other costs due to ribbon use.

Thermal printers can produce labels with graphics, text and bar codes and is useful when printing variable information or on various materials. The equipment is typically compact and fills an on-demand need when a custom printed label cannot.

PPC is a lead distributor of ITW Diagraph products and is proud to offer a wide range of world-class labeling and identification solutions, including Zebra, Sato, and Datamax printers.

Contact PPC for the best labeling and identification solution to meet your needs.
Label & Identification Equipment: Packaging Products as a division of Pacific Packaging is a leader in providing labeling and identification solutions that are eco-friendly, industrial strength, customizable and cost effective. We provide complete labeling systems to automate your identification tasks and integrate in-line with existing packaging equipment.