Computer-printable hose and pipe markers

  • 19-Jun-2012 02:35 EDT


The CILS-91000TK high-performance self-laminating durable label range from CILS International provides a permanent, high-strength bond to all industrial pipes, flexible hoses, and conduits for fail-safe long-term identification, claims the company. The computer-printable hose and pipe markers print in minutes straight from a standard laser or thermal transfer printer. Featuring a clear wrap-around protective tail, CILS-91000TK labels permanently seal and safeguard all printed variable data for complete protection against chemicals/solvents, hydraulic oils, abrasion, and extreme temperatures of -80 to +388°C (-112 to +730°F). The CILS-91000TK label range is suitable for all aeronautical, automotive, marine, and offshore applications.

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