Cryo Labels for Freezing Straws – 1.375″ x 0.875″ for 0.5ml IVF Straw
Cryo-StrawTAG™ – Cryogenic Labels for the Identification of IVF Straws
Size:1.375″ x 0.875″ / 35mm x 22.2mm
Printable Area Size:1.375″ x 0.375″ / 35mm x 9.6mm
Core:1″ or 3″ / 25mm or 76mm
Temperature range:From -196°C to +80°C
Recommended Ribbons: RR-ClassSmudge and Alcohol Proof Resin Ribbons
Self-laminating cryogenic labels for 0.25ml and 0.5ml IVF straws used in assisted reproductive technology clinics and laboratories as well as animal breeding and biotechnology companies. Designed for short and long-term cryo-preservation under cryogenic laboratory conditions including liquid and vapor phase liquid nitrogen (-196°C / -320.8°F), -80°C (-112°F) freezers and dry ice transportation. Printable with thermal transfer barcode printers for secure sample identification and traceability.
Ideal for short and long-term storage in cryogenic conditions including liquid nitrogen (-196°C)
Specifically designed for the identification of cryopreservation straws (0.25ml and 0.5ml) used in IVF laboratories
Printable with all major thermal-transfer printer brands
Resistant to gamma irradiation (tested to up to 50kGy)
Shipping Dimensions (L x W x H)
2 × 6 × 6 in
50.8 x 152.4 x 152.4 mm
25.4 mm, 76.2 mm
Qty / UOM
0.5mL IVF Straw
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, Cryo-StrawTAG require a thermal-transfer ribbon in order to be printed with a barcode printer. To achieve a high-resolution printout, we recommend aRR-classresin ribbon of the same width or larger.
Yes, Cryo-StrawTAG labels have been rigorously tested, and are approved for use during vitrification, and long-term cryo storage. You can find our full list of cryogenic IVF identification solutionshere.
Yes, ourCryo-StrawTAG labelscan be used with regular IVF straws (.25 and 0.5 ml), high-security straws, as well as vitrification devices, including Cryotop® and CryoLock®.
Yes, Cryo-StrawTAG has been tested, and is guaranteed to emit low levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). For further informationconsultour experienced support team.
You can use barcoding or label designsoftware, such as BarTender, to create templates that conform to the size of your label. Design elements can then be inserted within the template, for easy printing.