Extended Exposure Chemical-Resistant RFID Labels – 0.875″ x 0.875″#ZRF3-FTT-98NP

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Extended Exposure Chemical-Resistant RFID Labels

Size: 0.875″ x 0.875″ / 22.2mm x 22.2mm

Label across: 1

Color: White

Labels/roll: 1,000

Core size: 1” or 3” / 25.4mm or 76mm

Perforation: No

Adhesive: Permanent chemical-resistant, superior strength

Temperature range: -80°C to +120°C (-112°F to +248°F)

Operating temperature/RFID functional temperature range: -35°C to +85°C / -31°F to +185°F

Recommended ribbons: XAR-Class Xylene Resistant Resin Ribbons

Recommended Printer: Zebra ZD621R UHF RFID Thermal-Transfer Printer

Recommended Reader: Unitech Handheld UHF RFID Reader

Recommended Label software: BarTender Professional

We have combined our chemical and solvent-resistant labels with current RFID technology to create a durable RFID label that can withstand exposure to harsh chemicals and solvents. These RFID labels are designed for a variety of applications where visual and electronic data require chemical resistance for maximum traceability and tracking.

These RFID labels have the same robust, chemical-resistant adhesive as our standard extended exposure chemical-resistant labels and will display the same adhesion properties, even in the harshest environments. These labels are intended for use on surfaces that will undergo extended exposure to chemicals and solvents, such as bulk containers, drums, gallon buckets, and glass reagent bottles.

Chemical and solvent-resistant RFID labels are compatible with handheld, fixed, and integrated UHF RFID readers. Designed to integrate with tracking and chemical inventory management systems to improve the identification of each item, as well as safety and process productivity. These RFID labels are intended for chemical industries, as well as petrochemical, agriculture (fertilizer), and manufacturing sectors wherever container identification requires a high level of chemical resistance and monitoring.

When printed using our recommended XAR-class of ink ribbons, the visual and electronic components of these labels will resist continuous rubbing and immersion in harsh chemicals. These UHF RFID labels (Class 1, Gen 2) can be printed and encoded with up to 32 hexadecimal characters of information using dedicated RFID thermal-transfer printers. The printout of these industry-grade labels can consist of alphanumeric text, 1D and 2D barcodes, as well as serialized RFID or printed data.

Chemical-resistant RFID labels’ color and size can be customized upon request.


  • 12” omnidirectional read range*, without direct line-of-sight ensures quick, easy, and accurate reading from every angle
  • Read multiple labeled containers at the same time.
  • Withstand exposure and long-term immersion in harsh chemicals and solvents
  • Strong permanent adhesive adheres to flat plastic and glass surfaces

* When using our recommended RFID reader. Read range can vary according to the RFID reader being used. Labels should not be enclosed by metal surfaces as this may cause interference that can affect their ability to be scanned/read.


Core Size

1", 3"

25.4 mm, 76.2 mm

Qty / UOM



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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, these RFID labels are thermal-transfer printable and require an ink ribbon to be printed. To achieve the proper printout, these labels require an XAR-class ink ribbon of the same width or larger, suitable for the RFID thermal-transfer printer being used.

Yes, these RFID labels can be printed in most common thermal-transfer printers. However, for simultaneous RFID encoding, you will require a thermal-transfer printer capable of RFID encoding. We recommend the Zebra ZD621R UHF RFID thermal-transfer printer.

They can be affixed onto flat and curved plastic and glass surfaces, such as bottles, bulk containers, drums, and gallon buckets. These RFID labels are not designed for metal surfaces. Please contact us for metal surface RFID identification solutions.

ZRF3-FTT-class RFID labels have been tested to withstand immersion in xylene for up to 15 hours. Prior testing in other harsh solvents and chemicals is strongly recommended.

Yes, ZRF3-FTT-class RFID labels do not acquire colors from cosmetic and textile industrial stain dyes and colorants. Prior testing is strongly recommended.

Yes, ZRF3-FTT-class RFID labels can be read while the labeled items are immersed 1.5″/ 38 mm in harsh chemicals and solvents, such as xylene, and as well as in water, when using our recommended UHF RFID reader. Prior testing of RFID readability while immersed in other liquids is strongly recommended.

Yes, these RFID labels can withstand extended exposure to dry high-heat conditions, up to +85°C/+185°F. These RFID labels are not compatible with heating in microwaves.

Yes, an UHF RFID reader is required to access the encoded data. It can be handheld, fixed, and integrated. We recommend the Unitech Handheld UHF RFID Reader for mobility, reach, and ease of use. This reader is able to read UHF RFID chips and scan 1D and 2D barcodes.

Place the UHF RFID reader at a maximum of 12″ (30.5 cm) away from the sample in any direction. However, the read range can vary according to the UHF RFID reader being used.

Yes, these RFID labels are compatible with both regulations. Interrogate these labels with a UHF reader capable of reading the frequency band.

No, these labels employ UHF RFID technology and thus can be interrogated in another band frequency apart from NFC RFID labels. Thus, a dedicated UHF RFID reader is needed. For chemical-resistant RFID labels customized with NFC RFID technology, contact our technical support team.

The UHF RFID chip (Class 1, Gen2) of these RFID labels can be encoded with up to 32 hexadecimal characters.

Yes, ZRF3-FTT-class RFID labels contain read-write UHF RFID chips. Thus, you can rewrite the EPC memory bank up to 100,000 times if the permalock feature is not active.

Yes, you can scan/read multiple ZRF3-FTT-class RFID labels at the same time within the interrogation timeout (in seconds), even without a direct line-of-sight to the UHF RFID reader.

No, they are battery-free. These labels do not require a battery to be functional as they employ passive RFID technology.

Yes, you can design your own template that corresponds to the size of the label using specialized software such as BarTender Pro (or higher) and ZebraDesigner3 Pro, which allow you to encode the RFID tags as well.

Yes, we can provide our chemical-resistant RFID labels with full-color graphics and logos, as well as variable or serialized information from a database. Please consult our technical support team for details regarding custom encoding and other custom printing options.