PP synthetic paper label

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asked Sep 22, 2022 in 3D Segmentation by freeamfva (39,060 points)

PP synthetic paper label is produced by imitation paper of plastic material, and hot-melt pressure-sensitive adhesive is used as adhesive.Apply paper safety labels from this RS PRO label roll to fragile goods, ensuring porters and workers take care during transportation. The text is in English and French and the label has an image of broken glass so those who speak other languages will still be aware of the breakable contents.
Each label is photoluminescent, showing up in dark storage spaces or at night. Get more news about Synthetic Paper Label,you can vist our website!

It not only has the waterproof, durable, and tearing plastic properties that natural paper can not achieve but also has the excellent printing and processing adaptability of natural paper and good adhesion. It has the characteristics of lightweight, high strength, tear resistance, good printability, shading, UV resistance, durability, economy, and environmental protection.
HMPSA for double-sided tape is a roll adhesive tape made of paper, cloth and plastic film, and then hot-melt pressure-sensitive adhesive is evenly coated on the above substrate.

It is composed of substrate, adhesive and isolation paper (film). The earliest adhesive came from animals and plants.

In the 19th century, rubber was the main component of adhesive; modern hot-melt pressure-sensitive adhesive has been widely used.
This thermal label product has 4 rolls per carton. Selling only in full cartons allows us to continue offering our amazing prices.

Thermal transfer labels ALWAYS require a ribbon to print. If you currently use a product requiring no ribbon, please look at our direct thermal products. As always you can reach us by phone and Live Chat from 8:30am to 5:00pm EST - Mon-Fri. We carry an excellent selection of thermal transfer ribbons. If you need assistance picking the perfect ribbon, we are here to help. All ribbons are NOT created equal.

With a 8 inch outside roll diameter, these labels are usually printed in industrial class printers. Most commonly, these printers have a max outside roll diameter of 8 inches with 3 inch core inside diameters. These labels are commonly compatible with printers from TSC(TM), Datamax(TM), Sato(TM), Intermec(TM), Zebra(TM) and others. If you are unsure, contact one of our Business Consultants. We are so confident, we will guarantee compatibility 100%. No exceptions. And, hey, samples are always free!

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