Brady™ Thermal Transfer Printable Nylon Cloth Labels Available on GSA/VA Contract for Federal Government customers only.

High adhesion for use in autoclave, freezer or liquid nitrogen

Manufacturer: Brady™ THT1634993

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Catalog No. 22-500-522

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    Specifications

    Adhesive Type Permanent Acrylic
    Color White
    Certifications/Compliance UL, CSA C22.2 No.0.15-95, RoHS 2002/95/EC, DIN VDE 0472 part 815
    Diameter (English) Outside 1 in.
    Diameter (Metric) Outside 2.54cm
    Finish Matte
    Format Label
    Height (English) 0.37 in.
    For Use With (Application) For laboratory identification, vial top
    For Use With (Equipment) BBP™81, Brady 1244, Brady 1344, Brady 200MVP Plus, Brady 2461, Brady 300MVP Plus, Brady 300X-Plus II, Brady 3481, Brady 360X-Plus II, Brady 600X-Plus II, Brady 6441, IP300, IP600, Tagus T200, Tagus T300, thermal transfer printers
    Height (Metric) 0.93cm
    Material Nylon Cloth
    Life Span 2 Year(s)
    Quantity 3000 Roll(s)
    Size (English) 1 x 0.375 in.
    Tensile Strength 80 lb./in.
    Thickness (English) 0.0065 in.
    Width (English) 1 in.

    • White, matte finished labels suitable for use in laboratory identifications and vial labeling
    • Low profile
    • Recommended for use with Brady thermal transfer printer ribbon series 4900; Compatible with color Brady series 6200, 6000, 4300, 4500

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