Avery Thermal Labels

937610 - main
150 x 100 mm
12 Rolls in a carton
350 Labels Per Roll / 12 Rolls Per Carton
$184.14
Eco Friendly
937610 - main
150 x 100 mm
3 Rolls in a carton
1000 Labels per Roll / 3 Rolls Per Carton
$115.34
Eco Friendly
937610 - main
150 x 100 mm
4 Rolls in a carton
500 Labels Per Roll / 4 Rolls Per Carton
$87.78
Eco Friendly
Thermal Roll Labels 937601
150 x 101 mm
500 Labels / 1 Roll
Thermal
Eco Friendly
Thermal Roll Labels 937504
105 x 150 mm
1000 Labels / 1 Roll
Thermal
Thermal Roll Labels 932600
150 x 101 mm
350 Labels / 1 Roll
Thermal
Eco Friendly
Thermal Roll Labels 937113
36 x 102 mm
500 Labels / 1 Roll
Thermal
Eco Friendly
Thermal Roll Labels 937602
150 x 101 mm
1000 Labels / 1 Roll
Thermal
Need help with Thermal labels? We have A Very versatile solution.

Are you on the hunt for an efficient, automated solution to streamline your labelling process? Say hello to Avery's direct thermal labels. These versatile labels are the answer to your needs, from dispatch and shipping to warehousing, barcoding, and date labels.

Handy for businesses big and small, these multi-purpose labels can help your business automate its label needs without using expensive inks. What's more, these thermal labels come with a permanent adhesive, ensuring your label remains firmly in place, exactly where you need it.

Offered in many different sizes, these thermal shipping labels are compatible with a variety of machinery from leading manufacturers such as Zebra, Meto, Intermec, Datamax, Toll, and TEC

What Are Thermal Labels?

Thermal labels are a type of self-adhesive label that is designed to be used with direct thermal printers. These specialised machines use heat to create the image on the label without the need for inks or toners. The result? Crisp text and images that remain permanent and durable over time. Warehousing, logistics, healthcare, and retail businesses can all benefit from these labels if they produce a lot of repetitive labels.

What are some of the benefits of thermal labels?

  • Cost-effective. With no ink or toner supplies needed, these labels will save you money in the long run.
  • Automated process. Direct thermal printing technology enables an automated process, making labelling efficient and quick.
  • Versatile. Perfect for barcodes, shipping labels, product labels, price tags, and inventory tracking.

Do you have more questions?

Visit our FAQ page here. Alternatively, you can contact our Australian line on 1800 644 353 or 0800 228 379 if you live in New Zealand.

We look forward to helping you find the perfect thermal label! 

Thermal Labels FAQs

Thermal labelling involves using heat-sensitive labels and a thermal printer to create labels. Unlike traditional ink-based printers, thermal printers use heat to activate the label's thermal-sensitive layer, creating a printed image. These labels are used in shipping, inventory tracking, and retail barcode applications.

The main difference lies in the printing method. Thermal labels rely on heat to produce the text or image, while regular labels require ink from a printer. Thermal labels offer faster printing speeds, lower ongoing costs, and typically a cleaner end result. However, they can be sensitive to environmental factors like heat and light.

If you frequently print labels in bulk, thermal labels might be a cost-effective choice. They offer quicker print speeds and don't require ink or toner, saving you on ongoing supply costs. However, they may not be ideal for all situations, especially if your labels will be exposed to harsh conditions.

The lifespan of a thermal sticker can vary depending on the environment it's exposed to. They can last anywhere from six months to a year if kept away from direct sunlight, heat, and moisture. Some high-quality thermal labels can last even longer.

Yes, thermal stickers can fade over time, especially when exposed to light, heat, or chemicals. That's why they're often used for short-term applications like shipping labels. If you need long-lasting labels, it's best to consider other options.

The easiest way is to perform a scratch test; if the label marks easily when scratched, it's probably thermal. Thermal labels will also blacken if exposed to heat.

The main drawback of thermal labels is their sensitivity to environmental factors. Exposure to heat, light, and certain chemicals can cause the labels to fade or darken. They're generally unsuitable for long-term labelling needs or use in harsh conditions.

No, thermal labels don't require ink. They're designed to work with thermal printers that use heat to activate the thermal-sensitive layer on the label, generating the print. This makes them convenient and often more cost-effective in the long run.

Thermal labels are less likely to smudge than ink-based labels, as they don't rely on ink or toner. However, they can still be affected by scratches or harsh conditions that may cause the printed area to degrade. It's important to consider the environment where the label will be used to decide if thermal labels are the right choice for you.