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Brady solves unreadable label problems

Brady : 30 October, 2007  (New Product)
New labelling systems from Brady have been developed by the company’s own laboratories to solve the problem of unreadable, smudged or faded labels which can become fatal flaw in a laboratory data trail.
Indecipherable handwriting, crowded because of limited writing space, can make hand written labels hard to read and they cannot be read by machine. Hand writing inks are particularly prone to smearing when handled and to fading after long-term storage, and accidental contact with chemicals and solvents can simply wash away vital information. Printed labels do not necessarily provide a complete solution: if created using incompatible print media, they can suffer from similar problems.

Brady’s thermal transfer print technology offers no less than 72 combinations of labels and print ribbons to ensure maximum legibility and permanence under all conditions, with print speeds up to 70 labels per second and crisp, clear, readable text at sizes from 4 point upward. Brady supplies only own brand labels and ribbons and provides full technical support to ensure the correct match.

Barcodes are the route to compatibility with LIMS and other data systems, and Brady printing technology yields the excellent contrast between black and white bars needed for 100 percent decoding. Using these systems, 2-dimensional barcodes will be readable even after 30 percent of the printed area has been accidentally destroyed or removed.

Brady’s labelling systems are developed by scientists with first-hand knowledge of the issues surrounding sample identification in the laboratory, in the corporation’s research facilities located in the USA and Europe.
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