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11-05-2018

New label dissolves within 30 seconds exposure to water

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Brady Corporation’s new B-403 water dissolvable paper label

New label dissolves within 30 seconds exposure to water

Brady Corporation’s new B-403 water dissolvable paper label dissolves completely within 30 seconds exposure to warm water without damaging the surface or leaving sticky residue. B-403 is ideal to label items that need new identification after every use. It has a wide range of applications in laboratories, transport, logistics and other industrial sectors.

Quick & easy
The B-403 water dissolvable paper label is self-adhesive and extremely easy to apply. Exposing the label to warm water will completely dissolve it within 30 seconds, without damage to the surface it was applied to, and without leaving any residue. B-403 reduces the labour required to remove labels, reduces maintenance to filters and drains and enables easy re-identification of reusable items in a range of industries.

Wide range of surfaces
The new water dissolvable label adheres well to most surfaces, including glass, stainless steel, aluminium, plastic and others. This makes the label a great solution to enable short term identification for containers, crates and glassware with a minimum of waste.

Print on-site
Water dissolvable labels can be printed on-site in any facility using a benchtop printer model from Brady. Printers compatible with the B-403 water dissolvable label include the BBP12, S3100, BBP30, BBP31, BBP33, BBP35, BBP37 and BradyPrinter i7100 Industrial Label Printer with the ink ribbon R4300.

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