Thursday, January 12, 2012

Brady ToughJet™ Labels: New, Durable Label Sheets for Ink Jet Printers

Looking for a way to create appealing and durable labels for your business, without the expense of a thermal transfer printing system or the use of special software? Well, Brady Worldwide's (Brady) new ToughJet™ Ink Jet Sheet Label Series may be just the solution you're looking for.

Created specifically for ink jet printers using pigmented inks, ToughJet labels are targeted at lean applications, safety labeling needs, and most general workplace communications. The 14 new label sheets are available with various label sizes (1" x 2.625" all the way up to a full 8.5" x 11") and in a choice of Brady's B-141 or B-146 materials (the B-141 features a permanent acrylic adhesive and the B-146 a removable acrylic adhesive).

ToughJet labels look to help save you time and money by being compatible with the software you already own. Because no special software is needed, you can use Brady's new ink jet labels with Microsoft® Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and they are compatible with standard Avery templates (templates are also available for Brady's Markware™ software).

As with Brady's thermal transfer labels, the new ToughJet Ink Jet Labels are made to be resistant to water, chemicals, and abrasion, and will not fade or yellow from indoor use. And because they're made with Brady's best-in-class adhesive they'll stick to a variety of surfaces without requiring a holder or fastening device.

Key features of Brady's ToughJet Ink Jet Labels:
  • Made of high performance, durable polyester material
  • Resistant to water, abrasion, and chemicals (equal to Brady's thermal transfer labels)
  • Fade- and yellow-resistant when used indoors
  • No special software required
  • Best-in-class adhesive means your labels will stick securely to a variety of surfaces
QSource.com is now offering the complete line of Brady ToughJet Ink Jet Sheet Labels. Visit our Web site to place an order, or contact us by phone (800-966-6020) or email if you need help selecting the right labeling solution for your task.

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