Custom Labels Blog
Wherever there are fire extinguishers, there are fire tags. Fire extinguishers are found in most public places and many homes all over the world. If the fire extinguisher is in good working order, it can prevent a major disaster and possibly save lives.
So, how do you ensure that a fire extinguisher is in working order? If you own one, you should follow the inspection schedule mandated by the Nati... Read more
Dynamic labeling plays a critical role in the successful marketing of cosmetic and personal care products. Labeling accomplishes more than identifying the product; it also informs consumers about its contents and intended use. The FDA closely regulates cosmetic labels, following guidelines set forth by the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act and the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
Labeling Regulations P... Read more
Conventional labels can be prohibitively space-restrictive. You can only fit so much on a tiny little product label, especially on smaller bottles. You don’t have to settle for less user-friendly options like including separate product information in your packaging. Peel and seal labels provide a perfect alternative.
An Important Design Consideration
Figuring out how to include more compreh... Read more
Bay Tech Label is the best place to order custom anodized aluminum foil labels, stickers, and ID tags that are designed for longevity and durability in demanding environments for a wide range of commercial and industrial applications. Lightweight and rugged, these products perform well in outdoor environments and are nearly indestructible.
They're a popular choice for product identification label... Read more
Not all craft brewers realize this, but they are following a proud American tradition. People have been brewing beer for centuries. It was only after the end of the Civil War that they started applying labels. In the intervening 150 years, those labels have come a long way.
In addition to offering information about the contents of the bottle, today’s labels are also used for advertising. The... Read more
Propane gas is considered a hazardous material. This colorless, odorless gas is flammable, and it can cause certain health complications such as eye and respiratory tract irritation and, in severe cases, asphyxiation. If you sell propane, your company is responsible for propane labels and ensuring that the tanks or cylinders are labeled appropriately to reflect that risk.
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The difference between a sticker and label depends on how its used. Stickers are generally used to identify products, brands, and advertisements and are stuck on various applications such as containers, bumpers and windows on vehicles, and packaging. On the other side of the adhesive, labels contain information directly written on the products themselves.
Labels also contain other vital informatio... Read more
Hazardous chemicals require labels because they provide information about the chemicals and instructions on how to use the products safely. They're important to businesses such as importers and manufacturers because they tell them about the safety measures required to use these chemicals in the workplace. Additionally, they also help the employees to properly prepare for working with the chemicals ... Read more
How can you help save the earth from pollution and toxic green house gases?
To help win the war on pollution, Bay Tech Label has added another 123 solar panels to our roof in March of 2020.
The 123 solar panels that were added today join the first wave of 84 panels.
The solar panels will reduce energy waste for the building and help emit less carbon into the atmosphere.
This makes a signifi... Read more
Bradenton, FL – A woman is reunited with her lost dog after reading a viral Internet news story on Facebook about adoptable dogs on Beer Can Labels.
Bay Tech Label was fortunate to be involved in this reunion by printing and donating the labels to Motorworks Brewing for this amazing cause.
This story has been featured on The Ellen Show, CNN, Good Morning America, USA Today, ABC Wo... Read more