Information on storage and processing

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Adhesive materials are sensitive to moisture and temperature. They react to differences between their own moisture and that in their environment (humidity) by changing dimensions. To make sure that HERMA products retain their functional and processing qualities, follow the instructions below for storage, transport and processing:

Keep labels in their original packaging in a cool place until used. Ideal processing temperature for standard products: around 22°C. Ideal humidity: around. 45%.
Keep dry.
Avoid variations in climate.
Keep away from direct sunlight.
Avoid knocks and pressure loads.

Information on processing of A4 labels

These labels have been developed for use with laser printers, copiers and inkjet printers and have been made with utmost care. They are also suitable for use with most colour copiers and laser colour printers which can print materials of more than 140 g/m2.

  • Follow the recommendations of the machine manufacturer (e.g. insert sheets individually or by means of the paper cassette).
  • Sheets of labels should be used only once. Sheets from which some labels have been removed may cause problems if passed through the machine a second time.
  • If you are using these labels with an inkjet printer, please carry out a test to determine the best printing mode for your machine in each case (e.g. paper type, resolution).
  • With laser printing we recommend the use of the “thick paper”, “heavy materials” or “labels” option (or equivalent) in the print driver settings or at the printer control panel.


Due to variations in maintenance and individual machine settings, we recommend that you carry out your own preliminary trials. We accept no liability for damage to the machine. Claims under guarantee will not be considered beyond the replacement of the label material. The user himself has to examine if the labels are suitable for his special application (e.g. removal of labels from special surfaces).

Last updated 02.2017


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