Brother® TZE 0.23"(W) Industrial Label Tape; Black On White

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Item # 901-M1DY4160ING
  Model # TZES211
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Brother® TZE 0.23(W) Industrial Label Tape; Black On White
$14.99 /Each
 
  • Color: Black on White
  • Label Maker Tape Width (inches): 0.23"
  • Brand: Brother
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Description
0.23" Tz series wide black on white tape With extra strength adhesive is Ideal for industrial applications in manufacturing; telecommunications; pharmaceutical; medical and other commercial industries.
  • Label size: 0.23"(W) x 26.2'(L)
  • Black on white
  • Print technology: Thermal transfer
  • Material: Polyethylene
  • Laminated, moisture resistant, chemica resistant, temperature resistant and abrasion resistant
  • Features heavy-duty, adhesive-backed polyethylene tapes that stand up to extreme temperatures (-50 - 200 deg C)
  • These tapes can be used in all TZ machines
  • Ideal for industrial applications in manufacturing, telecommunications, pharmaceutical, medical and other commercial industries
  • Compatibility: P-Touch 10XX, 11XX, 12XX, 1300, 1400, 1500, 16XX, 17XX, 18, 18XX, 19XX, 200, 2030, 21XX, 22XX, 23XX, 24XX, 2500, 26XX, 27XX, 300, 310, 320, 330, 350, 3600, 520
  • Compatible with 530, 540, 550, 580, 9200, 9400, 9500, 9600, 9700, 9800, D200, GL-100, H100, ST-5
Specifications
Product Information Color : Black on White Label Maker Tape Width (inches) : 0.23"
Length (in.) : 26.2'
Miscellaneous Brand : Brother
Weight Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Each

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