vinyl offers improved adhesion and performance.
Brady MiniMarkTM Label Printer
Brady GlobalMark®2 Printer
Worldwide Inc. is replacing its existing indoor/outdoor vinyl label maker tape
with a new, low-shrink vinyl. All B-588 vinyl materials for the Brady
2 and MiniMarkTM
printers will now use a more-advanced, superior vinyl - the new B-595
B-595 Indoor/Outdoor Vinyl Tapes
New Vinyl Offers Aggressive Adhesion to Harsh, Uneven Surfaces
The new B-595 vinyl label maker tape offers aggressive
adhesive for the company’s label printers. It is ideal for indoor and outdoor
facility labels, including 5S labels, safety labels, warning labels, pipe
markers, arc flash labels, equipment labels, and visual workplace labels. The
adhesive is proven to stick to irregular, highly textured and curved surfaces,
and will stand up to grease, oil, and most industrial chemicals.
B-595 Indoor/Outdoor Vinyl
Because of this advanced adhesive, the B-595 label maker
tape is also proven to adhere to “problem applications” that have traditionally
been difficult for vinyl materials, including low-surface-energy applications
like PVC piping, blow-molded equipment cases, ABS plastics, powder-coated
surfaces and equipment made from recycled plastics.
B-595 Vinyl as Pipe Markers
New Low-Shrink Construction Reduces Buildup After Application
The B-595 indoor/outdoor labels feature a low-shrink vinyl
construction that reduces dust and grime buildup that can appear around the
edges of vinyl labels within a year of application. The low-shrink construction
minimizes shrinkage of the label maker tape, and also reduces the adhesive
buildup in label printer mechanisms.
The new vinyl has a lower application temperature than the existing vinyl label
material. It can be applied at 0°F or above instead of 40°F or above, and the
service temperature remains at -40°-185°F. It also features a five-year outdoor
durability average in temperatures from -40°F to 180°F.
B-595 Vinyl on Cinder Block
About Brady Corp.Brady
Corp. is an international manufacturer and marketer of solutions that identify
and protect premises, products, and people. Its products include
high-performance labels and signs; safety devices; printing systems and
software; and precision die-cut materials. Founded in 1914, the company has
more than 500,000 customers in electronics, telecommunications, manufacturing,
electrical, construction, education, medical and other industries. Brady
is headquartered in Milwaukee and employs more
than 7,000 people at operations in the Americas,
Europe, and Asia/Pacific.
For more information, visit www.bradyid.com/B595.