Cable Management and Identification Solutions

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Identification Systems T i pTa g C a b l e M a r ke r s TipTags Cable Markers TipTags Cable Markers HellermannTyton's TipTags are non-adhesive, cross laminated polyolefin tags with die cut cable tie slots for mechanical fastening. These cable markers are designed to mark wire bundles or large cables. TipTags are ideal for applications where exceptional print performance and long term service life are critical. TipTags consist of a thin, strong material which allows the tags to be lightweight, very strong, tear resistant, and work well in thermal transfer printers. - Thermal transfer printable for high print contrast - Halogen free for low smoke and low fire hazard applications - White front and yellow back for versatility - Superior strength and tear resistance for long lasting identification - Pre-cut slots to secure the TipTag using HellermannTyton cable ties - Printable on both sides - Printable with Durattach ribbon on white side for the most durable mark in the industry - Pre-cut sensor slot which ensures the markers will work in any thermal transfer printer - Perforated in a bandolier for easy knitting and access to individual markers - Thin profile to take up less space and eliminate any chance of the marker damaging wire insulation - Lightweight design for applications that require long-term fuel and weight considerations Material: Properties: Halogen-free (low smoke and low fire hazard) Superior print performance, especially with Durattach ribbons Unaffected by most chemicals Wide service temperature range Non-toxic, odorless, and can be recycled or incinerated Service Temperature Range: -58°F to +221°F (-50°F to +105°C) Can withstand spikes up to 135°C (275°F) for short periods of time Approvals: 209 Polyolefin cross laminated with clear polyester laminate Polyolefin base: 6.5 mil Clear polyester laminate: 1.0 mil SAE-AS81531 and Mil-Std 202G, Method 215J F o r p ro d u c t info r mat i o n v is i t o r w w w. h e l l e r m a n n .t y t o n . c o m o r c a ll 8 0 0 - 5 3 7-1512

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