Interact recommends that a sheet of labels be fed only once through a laser or inkjet printer. Our guarantee of jam-free performance extends only to a sheet of labels that has been though a laser printer a single time. The heat and tight paper path of a laser printer can cause the label to curl after multiple passes through the printer. This could cause the label to jam or peel off inside the printer and result in an expensive repair bill.
This can vary greatly depending on environmental conditions (heat, humidity, etc...) but usually 1-2 years in Normal Room Temperature.
Yes. We can manufacture and supply a selection of high quality barcode printed labels for universal product tracking. We also offer sequentially numbered labels to match your retail requirements or business needs. You select the start number, quantity and design and we will take care of the rest.
Yes. We understand the importance of making UV resistant, durable, waterproof labels which will withstand harsh conditions and total immersion. We produce labelling solutions for manufacturers of outside furniture, underwater systems, swimming pools, washrooms and kitchens.
Our Low Temperature labels are able to withstand temperatures of up to -40° degrees centigrade, making them ideal for food products destined for the freezer!
Yes. Our High Temperature / heat resistant labels are able to withstand temperatures of up to 205° degrees centigrade. Made from fire-retardant polycarbonate, they can be applied to machinery that is likely to conduct heat or is situated close to a strong heat source.
Yes. We can supply tamper resistant (also known as tamper evident labels) which are made from materials designed to reveal evidence of tampering – such as a particular pattern or word such as "void" – if there is an attempt to remove the label.
Yes. We can manufacture Photoluminescent Labels which conform to Health and Safety legislation. Our glow in the dark labels are used in many industries where maximum visability and clarity in the dark is of paramount importance.
Hotfoil is a cost-effective manufacturing process during which a metallic foil print is applied to labels resulting in a high-quality, aesthetically pleasing finish. For the utmost protection against abrasion, your hotfoil labels can be over-laminated with a clear film.
Interact can manufacture and supply a wide variety of stock or customised peelable labels which have the benefit of featuring repositional adhesives.

Our peelable labels can be supplied on rolls, sheets or fanfolded and can be made from a range of paper and synthetic materials.