Label Rolls

A wide variety of thermal labels made of paper, plastic or fabric in various shapes and sizes.

Depending on the needs of your business, you can choose from a wide variety of ZINTA thermal labels made of paper, plastic or fabric in various shapes and sizes. Thermal labels can be produced by two printing methods: direct thermal or thermal transfer.

Discover the advantages of each type of label and which is best suited for your business!

Direct thermal labels

Zinta direct thermal labels are cost-effective and easy to use as they do not require the use of a ribbon. Printing is carried out through a specialized process that uses a thermal print head to selectively heat areas of the paper that is coated with a heat-sensitive layer. Images are formed in the area exposed to heat.

Most direct thermal labels are monochrome, but some printers offer the possibility of producing images in two colors (red and black).

They are ideal for applications that do not require long-term storage of labeled products and are not recommended for use in high temperature environments or in direct sunlight.

High quality print

Ideal for printing barcodes.


Much higher volumes of labels can be produced thanks to the ability to print at higher speeds.

Easy to use

No need to change toner, ink cartridge or ribbon.


Both industrial and mobile printers can be used.


Thanks to the materials used and the lack of ribbon, direct thermal labels are eco-friendly.

Thermal transfer labels

Zinta’s thermal transfer labels provide clear, high quality, extremely durable images. Printing is achieved by melting resin or wax-based ink and transferring it to the label using the print head. Once melted, the ink is absorbed into the paper which ensures its durability over time.

Thermal transfer printing can be used on a variety of materials such as paper, a wide range of synthetics including metallic, transparent, fluorescent, pearlescent.

To obtain quality labels it is very important that the ribbon used is selected according to the type of material used. The right mix of materials and adhesive will provide users with labels that withstand high temperatures, exposure to UV rays, chemicals, disinfectants, etc.

Print quality

Text, images, or barcodes printed at high resolution


Labels can be used for a long time.


Almost any type of image can be printed.

Reliability and low maintenance costs

Compared to matrix, laser, or inkjet printers.


Allows printing on an almost unlimited variety of materials.

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Direct thermic vs. Thermic transfer