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420077 Datamax Thermal Transfer Labels 38.1mm x 25.4mm (1.5″x1″)

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420077 Datamax Thermal Transfer Labels – Without perforation, 1.5″ x 1″ (38.1mm x 25.4mm), 5500 per roll – 8″ OD.

1 Box = 16 rolls = 88,000 labels

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420077 Datamax Thermal Transfer Labels

420077 Datamax Thermal Transfer Labels – Without perforation, 1.5″ x 1″ (38.1mm x 25.4mm), 5500 per roll – 8″ OD

These labels come on rolls with 76mm (3″) cores. As a result, they can fit in any make of large thermal transfer label printer. These are a premium coated, ultra smooth thermal transfer label stock suitable for most retail and industrial applications.  Excellent ink receptivity is due to their premium coating. The bright matte white finish provides a dense, smudge resistant face sheet which consequently results in excellent imaging properties. Furthermore, these labels feature a general purpose acrylic adhesive with good initial tack and excellent ultimate adhesion to a wide variety of surfaces. Finally, minimum application temperature is 0 Celsius with a service range of -20 to 80 degrees Celsius.

COVID-19,  June 3rd 2020

The phased re-opening of schools together with outdoor markets in England this week, to be followed by non-essential retail on June 15th, heralds the essential re-starting of our economy. Safety measures must be put in place in all establishments to maintain the required 2 metre social distancing we’ve all become accustomed to. We are also now able to meet up in groups outdoors from different households, of no more than 6 people, as long as social distancing guidelines are observed.

Our government is obviously taking a very cautious approach and will be watching how the gradual unlocking is affecting the ‘R’ value.

We recognise that during this pandemic, you will have adopted some very different work patterns – such as how you receive goods and paperwork etc.

We want you to know that we will work closely with you to fall in-line with these new practices, so that we can help to minimise the risk of infection thereby helping our communities and our brilliant NHS.

Wishing you and all your families the very best in these highly challenging times.

Peter Williams