Keon labels have a range of specialty labels for specific end uses.
- Gloss opaque blockout label paper material.
- Verdure Gloss white label paper with an extra strong adhesive which is also suitable for wine bottle applications.
- Embossed linen label paper with a special wine bottle adhesive.
- A recycled Kraft label paper material.
- Tyre label
Let’s go through them one by one:
Gloss blockout label paper.
Label Face Material: Sometimes referred to as Gloss opaque or Coverall this product is a white gloss paper produced with a black reverse for high opacity and blockout applications. The pigment is on the adhesive side and is produced to present no show through, end uses are for correction labels or over-labelling of carton labels from a supplier so you can use your company despatch label it also has superior print performance.
Adhesive: A rubber based hot-melt adhesive with high tack and adhesion, particularly on difficult substrates such as Polyethylene (PE) and Polypropylene (PP)
Blockout labels have a special grey adhesive backing to cover up any incorrect printing or text underneath. The blockout adhesive does not allow any light through so a complete new label can go over an old one.
This product is suitable for laser printers only.
Verdure Gloss white label paper
Label Face Material: Verdure is a wet-strength Gloss white paper manufactured with a high cast gloss surface, and is pre-treated for HP Indigo print technology.
Adhesive: A pure acrylic adhesive offering good adhesion for a wide temperature range, very good clarity, indicated for wet and cold surfaces such as wine paper labels. Good adhesion and initial tack on difficult substrates such as Polyethylene (PE) and Polypropylene (PP).
Verdure Gloss white is suitable for a wide variety of applications, from wine and beverage labelling to health and cosmetic labels.
Verdure Gloss white is suitable for laser printers only.
Embossed Coated Linen label paper.
Label Face Material: Embossed Coated Linen is clay coated embossed paper produced with a linen finish.
Adhesive: Permanent acrylic adhesive, strong initial adhesion, high tack and good cohesion. Embossed Coated Linen is especially suitable for all-purpose applications on wet surfaces at low temperature.
It has excellent resistance to ice water.
Produced for wine label production, where a subtle linen embossing is required to complement the label design.
Embossed Coated Linen is suitable for ice-buckets and wet condensation environments.Embossed Coated Linen is best suited for laser printers only.
Recycled Brown Kraft label paper
Label Face Material: Premium quality recycled paper with a smooth finish and an Ultra Wet Strength treatment. Due to the nature of the raw material used, there may be the small variations in colour and look.
Adhesive: Permanent acrylic water based adhesive. Good adhesion to wet surfaces at low temperatures. Recycled Kraft paper is especially designed for glass containers, with excellent resistance to immersion in water/ice.
This material is based on the commonly used brown paper bags, a very topical point now considering the stand taken by Woolworths and Coles supermarkets to ban single use plastic bags.
This brown recycled Kraft material is perfect for that rustic look and comes with a strong, permanent adhesive which makes this a popular choice for labels that will blend into brown and Kraft boxes or bags perfectly.
These recycled brown Kraft labels have become very popular with people making chutneys, market and produce goods, candles, soaps, wines and other products where a rustic and aged look is desirable.
Recycled Kraft is suitable for both inkjet and laser printers call us on 1300 882826 for a sample to test.
Tyre label paper:
Keon Labels Manufactures a range of label shapes and sizes suitable for labelling all types of tyres.
Label face material:
We use Raflatyre, a paper-based label face with an aluminium barrier.
The aluminium memory layer helps labels wrap around and adjust to the most demanding tyre profiles. It also prevents tyre chemicals from migrating through to the paper face and revealing the tyre profile on top of the label, ensuring the label and print stay in good condition.
Adhesive:A rubber-based, high tack, hot melt adhesive is key for ensuring that the tyre label stays securely in place.
Our tyre adhesive is resistant to tyre chemicals and conditions throughout the entire life cycle – from manufacturing and label dispensing to distribution and storage.
Raflatyre also offers excellent printability and is strong enough for easy removal when the label’s job is done.
Due to the rough surface of the tyre, manual tyre labelling requires firm and even application to ensure adhesion.
Uneven tyre surfaces are demanding enough as it is.
The challenge is even greater in the presence of wax or silicone-based chemicals used as mould-release agents during tyre manufacture.
Adhesives for tyre labelling also need to withstand a variety of chemical components migrating from the tyre rubber.
Courtesy of UPM Raflatac.