Cryogenic Thermal-Transfer Labels for Frozen Plates & Containers – 2″ x 0.25″
The SKU number of these labels has been updated and were previously called FIX-227. The configuration and properties of the labels remain the exact same as before.
CryoSTUCK®- Cryogenic Thermal-Transfer Labels for Frozen Plates & Containers
Size:2″ x 0.25″ / 50.8mm x 6.4mm
Core diameter:1″ or 3″ / 25mm or 76mm
Labels/Roll:2,000 (1″ core) or 4,000 (3″ core)
Perforation:Yes at every 2 labels
Application temperature:As low as -80°C (-112°F)
Temperature range:From -196°C to +110°C (-320.8°F to +212°F)
Recommended Ribbons: RR-ClassSmudge and Alcohol Proof Resin Ribbons
For labeling of frozen plates, microplates, frozen cell culture plates and other frozen cryo boxes and vials. Can be used for relabeling of frozen containers right after removal from a freezer, dry ice or a liquid nitrogen tank. Can be printed with thermal transfer printers or inscribed with cryogenic permanent markers. On vials and tubes, it is recommended that CryoSTUCK® labels are applied with an overlap of at least 0.25” to ensure proper adherence to the frozen surface.
Yes, thermal CryoSTUCK® labels require a thermal-transfer ribbon to achieve the proper printout. These cryo labels require aXARribbon of the same width or larger.
Yes, our unique CryoSTUCK labels are now available in sheet format, for printing with laser printers. For our Laser CryoSTUCK labels clickhere.
Yes, CryoSTUCK labels have been especially designed for the purpose of labeling already frozen vials and tubes. Thesecryogeniclabels can be applied at -80°C/-112°F, eliminating the need to thaw valuable samples.
Yes, CryoSTUCK labels can be used to label samples prior to storing them in low-temperature freezers and liquid nitrogen tanks.
No, CryoSTUCK labels are coated with an extra-permanent adhesive, that is not made for easy removal. For removable cryogenic solutions seehere.
Please consult our handysizing guidewhere you will find recommendations for the most common vial/tube sizes.
Label design and barcodingsoftwarecan be used to create templates that conform to the size of your label. You can then insert design elements within the template, for easy printing.
No, we don’t recommend our standard CryoSTUCK labels for this purpose. To cover-up existing labels, ourblackout CryoSTUCKlabels will conceal pre-existing information, while ourclear CryoSTUCKlabels can be applied over an existing label, acting as a laminate to reinforce it.
For optimal adhesion, wipe away any visibly accumulated frost with a clean lint-free disposable wipe (e.g: KimWipe™). Apply the edge of the label first and press firmly to anchor it, while avoiding excessive contact with the adhesive. If you have a wrap-around CryoSTUCK, apply the printable area first. Then press the label securely into position along the vials’ entire circumference. Our thermal-transfer format CryoSTUCK® labels require an overlap of at least 0.25” to produce a secure adhesion to frozen vials and tubes.