AMA Labels Ltd offer a wide range of solutions for even the trickiest applications.
We have labels that you can stick directly to a car engine or a piece of fruit.
We have labels that you can heat to 200C or freeze to –40C.
We have labels that stop people tampering with boxes of your stock.
We have labels that you put into a solder bath on printed electrical circuitry.
We have labels that are recognised throughout the world by the UL/CSA global standards to enable you to ship overseas.
Who are UL and CSA?
The American organisation, Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) are non-profit making independent organisations which are responsible for the writing, testing, and certification of product safety standards.
What do they do?
Both standards organisations are responsible for the setting and review of the world's most stringent test standards for electrical equipment and all critical components thereof. Product identification is just one of the many components which are subject to UL and CSA approval.
Certain types of labels and printing systems (e.g. warnings, regulatory labels etc.) are deemed to be "critical components" and as such must be specified by UL and CSA for use as component labels on electrical equipment.
What it means:
AMA Labels Ltd can help you to supply UL and CSA approved goods to your global clients.
We have a wide range of compatible products that will give you the market edge over your rivals when shipping to key overseas markets.