Direct Thermal Roll Label Top Coated – Thermalrite, PEL, 76x76mm – 5 Rolls/pk (£/pk)

£43.50

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Description

 THERMALRITE – Direct Thermal Top Coated, Permanent 

 76x76mm Square

Perforated every Label

750 Labels per Roll

25mm Diameter Core Size (Inside Diameter)

Outer Roll Diameter:

Available from Stock, Minimum Order Quantity: 5 Rolls

Our Thermalrite Direct Thermal labels are top coated which protects the label so that they are more hard wearing, have a longer shelf life and also have better direct thermal printing capabilities. The labels have been made from  quality Fasson material  which has a stronger permanent adhesive & we can guarantee quality.

The labels are perforated every label making it easier to tear the labels especially if your printer doesn’t have an inbuilt cutting edge.

Compatible with the majority of  Zebra  printers & many other thermal printers, please contact us to be sure.

 

These labels do not require ribbons for printing!

100% BPA Free

Additional information

Adhesive

Permanent

Colour

White

Material

Direct Thermal Paper Top Coated

Label Size

76x76mm

Label Width

71 to 80mm

Label Height

70 to 80mm

Label Shape

Square

Pack Size

5 Rolls per Pack

Labels per Roll

750

Perforations

Perforated Every Label

Core Size

25mm Diameter

Availability

Stock

Print Options

Direct Thermal (without ribbon)

Brand Compatibility

Other, Zebra

Brand

Thermalrite – Thermal Roll Labels

Delivery Information

Availability/Lead Time:

These labels are available from stock and available for Next day delivery when ordered by 3:30pm.

Delivery costs:
Next Day UK Mainland; Free Delivery on orders over £100 (excl VAT) & £8.00 on orders under £100.
For other delivery options, click here to view our delivery information page or contact us to discuss your requirements.

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