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Labels are a crucial aspect of packaging as they provide important information about the product, such as its name, ingredients, and expiration date. However, not all labels are suitable for extreme conditions, such as high temperatures, harsh chemicals, and extreme weather. At Design Mark, we specialize in creating labels for the aviation, aerospace, and nautical industries that can withstand challenging environments.




One type of label designed for extreme conditions is a high-temperature label made of flame-retardant polycarbonate which can withstand temperatures without melting, fading, or deteriorating. These labels are commonly used for nameplates, faceplates, labels with logos, warning labels, and instruction panels in the automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing industries. Design Mark also offers chemical-resistant labels, made of materials that can withstand harsh chemicals and solvents without breaking down or fading. These labels are commonly used in the chemical, petroleum, pharmaceutical, and laboratory industries.




In addition to the materials used, the printing method is also important for extreme-condition labels. Traditional printing methods may not be suitable and instead, digital printing such as inkjet or thermal transfer is more appropriate as they produce high-quality prints that are resistant to fading and deterioration. Design Mark has a family of 4 HP Indigo printers and a Swiss Q Impala which are top-of-the-line when it comes to digital printing.





Extreme-condition labels are an essential component of the packaging process for products that will be used or stored in challenging environments. By using the right labels, companies can ensure that their products are clearly and accurately labeled, even in the most challenging conditions. For any questions regarding Design Mark’s extreme temperature labels please contact us at