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Pressure Sensitive Labels for Electrical Transformers


Pressure sensitive labels, also known as PSLs, are the upper echelon of the sticker world. More than 80% of product labels on the market today are PSLs. Pressure sensitive labels have a wide range of applications in the safety identification industry. One such application is electrical transformer labels. They are code-compliant, long-lasting, and offer high-visibility. They can also be on reflective material for nighttime visibility. These qualities make them ideal for alerting maintenance personnel and workers of potential hazards.

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What Are Pressure Sensitive Labels?

Pressure sensitive labels are printed on vinyl with a UV and moisture-resistant over-laminate Pressure sensitive labels don’t require heat, solvents, or water to activate their adhesive properties. They are activated by light pressure through hand application, squeegee, or mechanical applicators, and come on rolls. From there, they can be hand-applied or applied with the aid of a machine.

Durable and Long-Lasting Labels

Electricity is essential to so many of the world’s daily operations. As such, electrical hazards are rampant. When accidents happen due to poorly placed or hard-to-understand electrical transformer labels, service interruptions and severe injury can occur. For this reason, electrical transformer labels must be OSHA and ANSI-compliant.

When you choose LEM Products, Inc. for your electrical transformer labels, you can remain confident that they are strictly adherent to:

  • National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) standards
  • Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 969
  • ANSI Z535 compliant design standard.
  • NESC Section 110A.1 for substations

There are specific location requirements for pad-mounted electrical transformer labels. The NEMA standard requires that two transformer safety labels be placed on each transformer; a WARNING label on the outside of the transformer and a DANGER label on the inside of the door to provide a secondary line of defense. When you work with us, you can trust that we will have everything you need to properly install, position, and protect the longevity of your labels while keeping your staff aware of potential hazards.

For more information about our electrical transformer labels, weather-resistant labels, and our other OSHA and ANSI-compliant labels, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team today!