FAQs Pressure Sensitive Extended Content Label (ECL)

Frequently asked questions about pressure sensitive extended content labels.

  1. How many pages are available?
    Pressure Sensitive ECLs are available as 3, 5 or 7 page constructions
  2. How much additional space is provided?
    Up to 600% more than your current single ply/standard label.
  3. What types of materials are used?
    Pressure Sensitive ECLs are produced with film base materials. Base material can be manufactured with your existing specified materials. The top plys/pages are thin, robust proprietary film.
  4. What size of ECL can you manufacture?
    ECLs can range from 1/2” x 1/2” to 15” x 24”
  5. How many colors may be used?
    3 page ECL = 9 colors
    5 or 7 page ECL = 8 colors
    The rest of the units on our 12 color presses are used for the booklet components.
  6. Will I need to alter my equipment and existing labeling specifications?
    No, our ECLs require no alterations to current labeling equipment and do not reduce line speed.
  7. What is the minimum order quantity?
    Quality Assured Label doesn’t have a minimum order quantity. Run and cost efficiencies are driven by size of labels and quantities.
  8. How do I lay my art/label copy out?
    All of our labels are custom based on your specific container and page requirements. Please contact us for a template to flow your copy into.
  9. Do you provide test labels to qualify the ECL construction in our plant?
    Yes, we frequently provide test rolls for qualification. Contact us to discuss your test requirements.
  10. Are pressure sensitive ECLs product/ chemical resistant and water proof?
    Yes, our ECLs are durable and resealable. All of our labels are printed with UV inks, which ensures the product’s quality and longevity. Ingredients, chemicals and environmental elements do not jeopardize the quality of the packaging.