Adhesive Labels : TAG9T3

Self Laminating Labels, Article number: 596-00027


These self-laminating labels are ideal for the marking and identification of wires and cables. The clear self laminating film wraps around the cable to protect the marks from dirst and abrasion. These labels have excellent UV and temperature resistance making them ideal for both internal and external application.

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The use of our specially formulated adhesive labels printed on thermal transfer printers give the highest quality print clarity. The range of materials are complemented by ribbons developed to suit the needs of most users.
The production of labels is very simple. All that is needed is the required label to be selected from our industry leading software TagPrint Pro.

Colour White (WH)
Colour Marking Field White (WH)
For Wire Type 4 Pair UTP / STP / 25 Pair Copper / 4-12 Pair Fiber
Pack Cont. 5000pcs.
Package Quantity per roll
Product Family Self Laminating Labels
Product Group Adhesive Labels
Bundle ∅ max. 11.94mm
Bundle ∅ min. 2.80mm
H printable 25.4mm
Height (H2) 57.20mm
HR 27.17mm
HR 1.07"
Print Method Thermal transfer
Thickness (T) 25µm
Thickness of Foil 190.5µm
VR 2.50"
VR 63.5mm
Width (W) 25.4mm
Width of LIner (WL) 3.35"
Width of Liner (WL) 85.09mm
Adhesive Acrylic
Adhesive Operating Temperature -46 °C to +93 °C
Chem. Material Properties Good for most petroleum solvents and low aliphatic alcohols. Not good for most esters and acetones. Water resistant.
CSA Certified No
Curing Temperature +10 °C
Halogenfree No
Material Type 100B (100B)
Operating Temperature - °C -40 °C to +90 °C, (+160 °C, for 200 h)
Specifications UL-Recognized
UL Listed (US and Canada) No
UL OCD link PGJI2.MH18396
UL Recognized (US and Canada) Yes
UL-File Number MH18396 [RU]
UV-Resistant (Yes/No) Yes
Labels per Column 1
Labels per Row 3
Markers per row 3
Packaging 1 - Weight (kg) 0.793kg
Weight 1.73lbs
Weight 0.793kg
ETIM 6.0 EC001530
ETIM 7.0 Key EC001530
UNSPSC Key 55121612

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