HellermannTyton launches tear proof identification solution

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HellermannTyton has introduced a new tear proof label range to its portfolio. The new range has been designed as a dedicated solution for customers within the rail, test and inspection and asset management sectors after HellermannTyton identified a need amongst its customers for more robust labels which cannot become torn or cause issues during tests and inspections.

As well as being water resistant, the labels can be printed with customer-specific information such as barcodes, logos and tracking information using HellermannTyton’s range of thermal transfer printers.

The tear proof labels are available in a variety of colours and materials on request, including metal-detectable and specific UV-stabilised materials to meet the requirements of various industries.

Mary Arrowsmith, Product Manager for HellermannTyton, comments, “By making labels with more suitable materials and features than others available on the market, we can provide our customers with a durable product which supports stock management. Manufactured in the UK, our tear proof labels are available in different colours to match brand aesthetics as well as various materials on request for industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals and those requiring protection from UV rays.

“We are really pleased to be bringing tear proof labels to our customers as a useful solution after seeing first-hand how other products on the market were not meeting customer requirements for tests and inspections. The new range shows our continued commitment as a business to improving our solutions to meet customer needs.”

Using a thermal transfer printer, customers can either print the labels themselves or utilise HellermannTyton’s pre-print service.

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