LabelTac® BS 5609 Compliant Label Supply

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LabelTac® BS 5609 Compliant Label Supply
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LabelTac® BS 5609 Compliant Label Supply

The BS 5609 standard requires that labels should be able to be submerged in the English Channel for 90 days and still be legible. As such, the LabelTac® BS5609 Compliant Label Supply is able to withstand constant and frequent exposure to salt water and marine conditions.  This material is an excellent choice for labeling drums and barrels, packages, and facilities that are either located near or will be traveling near the ocean.  Using this material will allow label customization and printing on-demand.  For GHS labeling applications, see LabelTac BS 5609 GHS Die-cut Labels .

Compatible with LabelTac 4, ProX, and 9 model printers. 

Features

Tensile Strength 14,000+ psi
Optimal Temp. Range -28°F to 245°F
Min. Application Temp. 20°F
Thickness 3 mil
  • Min. Application Temp: 20°F
  • Service Temp: -28°F to 245°F
  • Thickness: 3 mil
  • Shelf Life (unused): 1 Year

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LabelTac® BS 5609 Compliant Label Supply

LabelTac® BS 5609 Compliant Label Supply
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Print Head Cleaning Swabs (5 pack)

These foam-tipped cleaning swabs clean the thermal print head of LabelTac® printers. Simply bend and crack the plastic tube, and the isopropyl alcohol solution releases to the foam tip and is ready for use.

We recommend cleaning your print head every 4-5 rolls of material for optimum performance.

Features

  • 5 swabs per pack
  • 91% Isopropyl Alcohol / Distilled Water
  • Works with LabelTac® 4, LabelTac® 4 Pro, LabelTac® Pro X, and LabelTac® 9 Printers

LabelTac® Simple Peel™

LabelTac® Simple Peel™ has a removable liner that's split down the middle so you can easily remove it and apply your label.

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