Blank Direct Thermal Labels

Direct Thermal Labels

Blank Direct Thermal Labels

AM Labels are not just a Label Printer we also produce blank labels to suit any size or requirement, we have multiple blank Daco machines capable of producing high runs of labels in a short periods of time.


Direct thermal materials comprise of a heat sensitive coating on paper or synthetic material, which when heated through a direct thermal printer, creates print by burning an image (text, images and barcodes) directly onto a label.


Standard Direct Thermal Labels

Thermal material for short term use, very limited resistance to marking or smudging and contact should be avoided with moisture, oil and fats.


Direct thermal labels are ideal for short life retail and logistics applications and can be used to print price markdown labels, address, product, courier and postage labels.


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Direct Thermal Top Coated Labels

Offers a protective surface coat on one side ensuring the labels are more resistant to marking, are more resistant to fading in sunlight and are smudge-proof, solvent and grease resistant.


Top coated direct thermal labels resistant to grease. Ideal applications include weight labels (meat packers, supermarkets), price marking labels (excellent print of EAN and UPC-codes) or frozen food labels with a freezer adhesive.


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Why use AM Labels for blank labels:

 •  UK independent expert in labels, labelling and label printing

 •  High quality labels delivered quickly, maximum 3 day turnaround.

 •   AM Labels is one of the UK’s leading labelling solution providers

 •  The latest in printing and label producing technology in-house

 •  Outstanding quality in production and ISO 9001 accredited





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