Our Trauma Labels are a cost-effective way of identifying personnel/individual roles used in accident and emergency and surgical environments. Mainly used to adhere to the gowns of staff, with each gown thrown away after use for hygiene reasons.
Manufactured onto a semi-gloss paper, with 250 x labels on each roll; we can offer three different sizes, dependant on the buyer’s preference. There is a wide range of colours to choose from, with three lines of customisable text. The sizes and prices per roll are as follows:
- 99mm x 60mm £32.50 (250 label roll)
- 150mm x 100mm £37.50 (250 label roll)
- 195mm x 115mm £50.00 (250 label roll)
We offer a price per roll discount on larger quantity orders. The discount will be automatically applied to the basket.
5-9 rolls = 10% discount, 10-14 rolls = 15% discount, 15-19 rolls = 20% discount, 20+ rolls = 25% discount
As an approved supplier to the NHS, our Trauma labels have been used by various divisions of the NHS across the country. These are manufactured from a semi-gloss paper, this has a permanent adhesive, which adheres well to surfaces such as gowns in hospitals to adhere to strict hygiene protocol.
The label will have a lifespan of up to four years, but when used in a trauma ward this is usually a short life product, which is thrown away with their corresponding gown after use.
SEMI GLOSS PAPER PERMANENT
A white, wood free, on machine coated, SC mid-gloss Paper. A multipurpose paper for high quality multicolour labels requiring food print definition and fine details.
Thickness: 70 micron±5%
Basic Weight 78gsm ±5%
It has a modified, permanent, acrylic dispersion, with a strong, permanent adhesive for general use in product and information labelling, which can be used on a variety of substrates.
Initial Tack High
Final Adhesion Very High
Min. App. Temp 0ºC
Temp Range -20ºC to +80ºC
UV Resistance Good
It has a super calendered siliconised white glassine paper, with high mechanical resistance to tearing.
Thickness 53 micron ±5%
Basic Weight 59 gsm ±5%
4 years when stored at 20ºC / 50% RH