Sheet labels are printed in laser printers with toner. When heated, toner powder melts into the substrate material, creating text and images. A common use for sheet labels is in everyday home and office printers.
Labels are printed on sheets instead of rolls. Sheet labels can have multiples of the same label shape on one sheet. For example, a 4x5 sheet label has 4 labels per sheet (4-Up) and a 4x2 sheet label has 10 labels per sheet (10-Up). Laser sheets can be printed at more than 8" wide, making them perfect for applications on larger containers, like drums or canisters.
These sheet labels can be paper or synthetic materials, like polypropylene, which help produce heavy-duty labels perfect for industrial and chemical applications. When printed with the correct label material, these sheet labels can be GHS compliant.