Berlin Packaging features a selection of hazmat labels and signage to help businesses properly label products for secure shipping. Hazard labels may be necessary for corrosive, explosive, flammable, toxic, or oxidizing products. Select from a range of labels for chemicals that have health or environmental risks, gas cylinders, ammunition cartridges, guns, or other dangerous products.
Hazardous material labels may be essential for products deemed dangerous during shipping. Labels can be placed directly onto product packaging or paired with hazmat packaging for shipping. Select industry-standard corrosive, flammable, or cartridge/small arms tags to ensure hazardous products comply with 49 CFR 172.407 Department of Transportation standards. For packaging chemicals that are considered to have health, physical, or environmental hazards, select the pictogram tag that's compliant with international standards under the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). All hazardous labels for shipping feature industry-standard sizes, colors, designs, and durability specifications. Pair required hazmat labels with pre-organized hazmat systems or UN-rated packaging for secure, compliant packaging solutions.
What Types of Labels Are Available?
Hazmat shipping labels come in a variety of materials and feature various modes of application. For those that risk damage from moisture exposure in wet environments, coated, adhesive-backed paper labels may be preferable. If packaging needs enhanced durability and adhesion, then review vinyl labels. Pressure-sensitive tags are highly versatile and offer the benefit of not requiring heat, solvents, or water to secure them to hazmat boxes or packaging. Pressure-sensitive options may be suitable for products that could have a chemical reaction with glues or solvents, heat-sensitive products, or dry products that would be damaged on contact with water. If a more secure attachment is necessary, use pressure-sensitive labels in conjunction with adhesives.