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Labelmaster Issues 2010 Product Catalog

Labelmaster, the manufacturer of products for regulatory compliance, particularly for shippers of hazardous materials, has released its 2010 catalog. The 530-page publication contains hundreds of new products, including labels, forms, placards, shipping supplies, signs and books. They include lithium battery labels designed in accordance with international air regulations; a temperature data logger; two-tiered industrial label dispenser, which mounts on the wall and holds eight rolls of labels; tamper-evident labels, tapes, cargo door seals and drug-return bags; and bolt lock seals which meet ISO 17712 high-security specifications. The new catalog includes three charts: a Security Seals Chart, outlining product specifications, suggested usage and product information when selecting a security seal; UN Packaging Guide, detailing packaging descriptions, packing group, specific gravity and box size for UN packaging requirement selection, and a Spill Chart, which facilitates the choosing of spill-control products.

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Labelmaster, the manufacturer of products for regulatory compliance, particularly for shippers of hazardous materials, has released its 2010 catalog. The 530-page publication contains hundreds of new products, including labels, forms, placards, shipping supplies, signs and books. They include lithium battery labels designed in accordance with international air regulations; a temperature data logger; two-tiered industrial label dispenser, which mounts on the wall and holds eight rolls of labels; tamper-evident labels, tapes, cargo door seals and drug-return bags; and bolt lock seals which meet ISO 17712 high-security specifications. The new catalog includes three charts: a Security Seals Chart, outlining product specifications, suggested usage and product information when selecting a security seal; UN Packaging Guide, detailing packaging descriptions, packing group, specific gravity and box size for UN packaging requirement selection, and a Spill Chart, which facilitates the choosing of spill-control products.

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