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BRADY 113111 Label,GM,B595,2.25"x10

Manufacturer: Brady | Catalog # 113111 | North Coast Part # 611698

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This durable, low-shrink vinyl with ultra-aggressive adhesive is ideal for labeling pipes, equipment, shelves and nearly any other industrial surface.

Technical Information

Adhesive Type
Permanent Acrylic
Applications
For Arc Flash Labels, Arrow Tape, Pipe and Valve Marking, Safety and Compliance ID, Visual Workplace Labeling, Warehouse Marking, Indoor/Outdoor use
Indoor Outdoor
Outdoor
Material
Vinyl
Max Operating Temperature
180 degrees F
Max Temperature
180 degrees F
Min Operating Temperature
-40 degrees F
Min Temperature
-40 degrees F
Temperature Rating
-40 to 180 F
Type
Label

Packaging

Standard Packaging Qty
100 ft Roll

Manufacturer Information

Family Brand Name
Brady
Sub Brand
GlobalMark

General Product Info

Color
White
Finish
Gloss
GTiN
00754473997786
Product UPC
75447399778
Used With
GlobalMark Thermal Transfer Industrial Label Maker

Dimensions

Length
30 m
Roll Length
100 ft
Roll Width
2.25 in
Thickness
0.004 in
Width
2-1/4 in

Certifications and Compliance

CA Prop65 Warning
N
  • This B-595 vinyl material with permanent acrylic adhesive keeps labels adhered in harsh climates and is resistant to chemicals, oils and detergents
  • Vinyl tape is ideal for use in pipe marking, warehouse and safety identification, arc flash and visual workplace labels in both indoor and outdoor use
  • Prints on white vinyl background with a clean gloss finish that is resistant to exposure to chemicals, grease, oil, and cleaning agents.
  • Permanent adhesive tape adheres to surfaces that are smooth, rough or powder coated, and to irregular surfaces or surfaces with low surface energy
  • Durable labeling tape with an average outdoor durability of 8-10 years in temperatures ranging from -40° F to 180° F