Dymo Colored 3/4" Vinyl Label Tape - Permanent Adhesive - 3/4" Width x 18 ft Length - Thermal Transf
Item Number: DYM1805420
Our Price: $20.10 / EA (savings $7.43)
Quantity in Stock: 39
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- Perfect solution for general labeling in and around a facility or where colored labels are required
- Ideal for warning and safety messages, patch panels/faceplates and more
- Vinyl labels can be used outdoors in direct sunlight
- Compatible with Dymo Rhino 6500, 6000, 5200 and 5000
Colored vinyl labels with white text are a perfect solution for general labeling in and around a facility or where colored labels are required. Color-coding gives a better visual recognition to your identification needs. These 3/4" labels for industrial purposes are ideal for warning and safety messages, patch panels/faceplates and general labeling where color labels are required. Additionally, vinyl labels can be used outdoors in direct sunlight. Labels are compatible with Dymo Rhino 6500, 6000, 5200 and 5000.
Manufacturer: Newell Rubbermaid, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number: 1805420
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.rubbermaid.com
Product Model: 1805420
Product Name: Colored 3/4" Vinyl Label Tape
Packaged Quantity: 1 Each
Media Width: 3/4"
Media Length: 18 ft
Adhesive Type: Permanent
Print Technology: Thermal Transfer
Features: Self-adhesive,Oil Resistant,Water Resistant,Chemical Resistant,Moisture Resistant,Corrosion Resistant,Temperature Resistant,UV Resistant
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