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Laminated tape cartridge is two times stronger than standard adhesive. Ideal for rough, textured, painted and other difficult to stick surfaces. Designed for use with Brother PT-18R, 300, 300B, 310, 310B, 320, 330, 340, 350, 520, 530, 540, 550, 580C, 1300, 1400, 1500PC, 1600, 1650, 1700, 1750, 1800, 1810, 1830, 1900, 1910, 1950, 1960, 2200 and 2210.
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Recycled Content: 0%
Assembly Required: No
Country of Origin: Japan
|Manufacturer||Brother Industries, Ltd|
|Manufacturer Part Number||TZES241|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.brother-usa.com|
|Product Name||TZ Series Industrial Tape|
With extra-strength adhesive, this laminated tape is a remarkable breakthrough in labeling your most challenging surfaces. Extraordinary adhesive properties make it ideal for the toughest labeling tasks you face. You can use on uneven and rough-textured surfaces, surfaces exposed to harsh environments and even slippery painted metal and plastic surfaces. Tape is designed for Brother P-touch Labelers using 18mm (0.7") TZ or TZe tapes. They include PT-1830, PT-1880, PT-2100, PT-2110, PT-2030, PT-2030AD, PT-2030VP, PT-D400, PT-D400AD, PT-D400VP, PT-2430PC, PT-2700, PT-2710, PT-2730, PT-2730VP, PT-D600, PT-D600VP, PT-H500LI, PT-P700, PT-P750W, PT-18R, PT-300, PT-310, PT-320, PT-1300, PT-1700, PT-1750, PT-1800, PT-1810, PT-1900, PT-1910, PT-1950, PT-1960, PT-330, PT-2410, PT-2500PC, PT-2600, PT-2610, PT-530, PT-550, PT-3600, PT-9200DX, PT-9200PC, PT-9400, PT-9500PC and PT-9600. Print color is black. Background is white. Tape measures 18mm (0.7") wide x 8m (26-1/5') long.
|Packaged Quantity||1 Each|
|Product Type||Label Tape|
|Media Length||26.25 ft|
|Print Technology||Thermal Transfer|
|ProductTitle||Brother TZ Series Industrial Tape - 0.70" Width x 26.25 ft Length - Thermal Transfer - White, Black - Polyethylene - 1 Each|
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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday, October 23, 2016.