Cryogenic temperatures which can be between (-90°C to -70°C) and in the vapor phase of liquid nitrogen (-135°C to -190°C), present various challenges. First, a label cannot adhere over frost. The label must be chemical resistant and the inks cannot smear or scratch off the label. Another difficulty is labeling at room temperature and immediately putting it into cryogenic temperatures. Moreover, will the label adhere to the product without flagging while being frozen in cryogenic temperatures? Many solutions to these challenges have been developed for use in laboratories; however, as cryogenic products become commercialized there are very limited reliable secondary packaging suppliers. That’s where CCL Healthcare’s expertise comes in.
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