Self Adhesive Labels 

A label construction made up of three layers; a face material, a pressure sensitive adhesive, and a backing sheet coated in a release agent. The layers are laminated together and then die cut to produce the individual labels.

These are used in the following four major types of adhesive labels:

Self-adhesive vinyl can be used in a digital printing press or it can be used on flooring tiles. You can use self-adhesive to create stunning advertisements for your business or unique and colourful stickers and decals for your home. If adhesive labels are listed as one of the types of print media that your printer can handle then you should be good to go! Ideally, you need a printer with a media bypass tray. This is a secondary tray located just above or below the main paper tray. Self-adhesive paper is a special kind of paper containing the adhesive strip underside, allowing on temporary sticking and tearing off products constructed on its basis, as well as to documents and other surfaces. Special glue technology allows to use products without any marks of sticky glue remaining on the surface.

Removable labels are more expensive than permanent labels. Removable labels can be used with most surface materials. The adhesive used for the label should provide the peel, tack, and shear required to provide the adhesive bond to the surface material that meets the application requirements. Permanent labels can be defined as labels that need to remain on a product's container for a sustained period of time. The information on these labels needs to remain on the product permanently. In this case, a product label is usually applied using a permanent adhesive.Some adhesive vinyl is meant for permanent, outdoor application and some is designed to be removable for indoor application. Usually (although not always), permanent outdoor vinyl has a glossy finish while removable indoor vinyl has a matte finish.