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New Temperature Indicating Labels from Brady

16 November 2015

Brady has launched new Reversible Temperature Indicating Labels. These labels are a cost-effective solution to display temperatures of food and medical supply packaging or of components during research, repair and maintenance.

Current and maximum temperature reached Brady´s Reversible Temperature Indicating Labels can communicate any component´s current temperature, even during power loss. They quickly show when temperatures are not right to start a next phase of product testing, maintenance, food processing or medical processes. Brady also offers Irreversible Temperature Indicating Labels that register the maximum or minimum temperature reached by a product or component, quickly indicating which products or components are most likely damaged or compromised.

Highly customisable
Temperature Indicating Labels can monitor various temperature ranges and are available in multiple shapes and colours. Reversible Temperature Indicating Labels offer temperature ranges from 0°C to 100°C and are able to communicate current temperature, or a hot versus cold state, by changing colour. Irreversible Labels register one or more maximum temperatures up to 210°C by permanently changing colour. Temperatures monitored can be customised when the labels are printed.

Sticks to any surface
It is advisable to apply Temperature Indicating Labels on a dry, clean surface for optimal temperature display. Like most of Brady´s quality labels, Temperature Indicating Labels also feature a powerful and patented adhesive to prevent labels from falling off, even on dirty or uneven surfaces.

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