Labeling Sucks.

We are here to change that.

There are countless plastic products today that require labels, providing brand identity, liability protection, and asset tracking. The problem is that labels for plastic, suck. The inks and adhesives used for traditional “permanent” labels are incompatible with plastic, contributing to product loss, liability issues, and sustainability concerns. The good news is that there’s a better way. Enter Polymer Fusion.

We’ve found lasting solutions for the best of the best

Why Traditional Labeling Methods Fail!

Traditional labels aim to stick to the surface of polyolefin thermoplastics, leading to poor results.

This is due to the characteristics of these plastics, such as their low surface energy, non-polar nature, and resistance to chemicals, weather, and other exposures.

Results Speak for Themselves:

Every day, millions of durable products are made from polyolefin thermoplastics. Their durable nature, however, challenges common labels like stickers or decals.

These labels don’t last as they’re not designed for polyolefin thermoplastics and struggle under various weather conditions and chemical exposures.

Polyfuze Labels Fully Integrate (Fuse) With:

  • HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene)
  • LDPE (Low-Density Polyethylene)
  • MDPE (Medium-Density Polyethylene)
  • UHMW (Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene)
  • TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomers)
  • TPR (Thermoplastic Rubber)
  • TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin)
  • TPV (Thermoplastic Vulcanizates)
  • Glass Filled PP (Polypropylene)
  • Structural Foams
  • SEBS (Styrene-Ethylene-Butylene-Styrene)
  • And other derivatives…

A Guaranteed Solution for Labeling Polyolefin Thermoplastics

Polyfuze’s unique labeling method:

  • Exceeds durability and performance standards

  • Enhances process efficiency

  • Suits products made from polyolefin thermoplastics.

Eco-Friendly Labeling with Polyfuze

Polyolefin thermoplastics, recyclable up to 10 times, need clean recycling processes. Traditional labels – made from paper, ink, films, adhesives, and coatings – must be taken off before recycling, causing more downtime and waste.

Polyfuze offers a solution. It’s the only eco-friendly label fully compatible with polyolefin thermoplastics. This means labeled products can go straight to recycling with no extra steps, leading to less downtime and waste.

This approach results in no label removal needed, no landfill waste, and zero waste overall, matching the recyclable nature of polyolefin thermoplastics perfectly.


Polyolefin thermoplastics are widely used due to their durability, cost-effectiveness, and recyclability. Their durability and chemical resistance make them hard to label.

A marking method for branding, information, safety, traceability, or other use to products.

Labels that are designed to withstand harsh conditions over an extended period.

Polyfuze labels, compatible with recyclable polyolefin thermoplastics, don’t need removal for recycling.

Yes, they fuse at a molecular level with polyolefin thermoplastics and are inseparable without damaging the product.

These labels are suitable for all polyolefin thermoplastic products requiring robust labeling.

The materials are proprietary but fully compatible with polyolefin thermoplastics.

Adhesive labels try to stick onto polyolefin thermoplastics, often failing. Polyfuze labels fuse into the plastic for long-lasting durability.

Heat transfers use heat activated adhesives, often failing on polyolefin thermoplastics. Polyfuze labels fuse into the plastic for long-lasting durability.

Hot stamp foils use heat activated adhesives that often failing on polyolefin thermoplastics. Polyfuze labels fuse into the plastic for long-lasting durability.

They offer permanence and durability for various labeling needs for the life of any polyolefin thermoplastic product.

Polyfuze labels merge with your polyolefin thermoplastic products, becoming as resistant to weather, environment, and chemicals as the products themselves.

Polyfuze labels offer a lifetime guarantee, ensuring they last as long as the polyolefin thermoplastic product itself, meaning you only need to invest in one label for the product’s lifespan.

For more information, visit the Solutions page.