Brother TZ 231 12mm Labels laminated tape black on white Roll (0.47 in x 26.3 ft)(119 mm x 8 m) 1 pcs. $18.99
12mm high x 8mtr long TZ tape with WHITE text
Colour description: Black on White = Black writing on White background
This is the perfect organizing tool anyone can have not just for the office but for home. No folder, box or document shall ever be unlabeled after this gadget enters your life. We’re you couldn’t find it anywhere else for such a good price except on 123ink.ca!
What’s laminated tape?
Brother’s P-Touch TZ tapes are the only tapes available that have a unique lamination to make labels heat, cold, water, chemical and fade resistant. The labels are extremely durable, have a professional finish and will outlast other labels, giving you extra flexibility in your organising system, be it at the campsite, in the office or around the warehouse.
Types of Lamination
The laminated tape structure consists of six layers of material that are surprisingly thin, yet strong. Unlike most label-makers on the market, P-touch labellers print on the underside of the laminate, sandwiching text between two layers of film and making the characters virtually indestructible.
After 50 round-trip passes with a 1kg weighted sand eraser, Brother laminated tapes came up only slightly scratched, with the characters underneath completely unaffected
Brother’s P-touch tapes retain their integrity even at extremely high temperatures. When tested, tapes began to decompose only once the temperature reached 365°C. In adhesion tests conducted at cold temperatures, the tapes did not experience any adhesive strength problems or changes to the ink or tape, even at -50°C.
In tests performed to simulate a year of outdoor conditions, ink remained unchanged and all characters were completely legible. Brother laminated tapes were attached to coated metal plates and placed in a fade-inducing chamber at 83°C for 100 hours to simulate a year in a sunny environment. Then they were placed in a chamber at 63°C for 400 hours to simulate a year in heat and light, as well as water. Only yellow tapes showed significant signs of fading, while other tapes showed little sign of fading that was visible to the eye. This fade resistance reduces the need to reproduce labels regularly and is convenient for environments where legibility over time is important.