Label printers

Panduit will unveil two thermal transfer printers for label production on Stand 1115 during the 2008 Goldfields Mining Expo (GME).

Panduit will unveil two thermal transfer printers for label production on Stand 1115 during the 2008 Goldfields Mining Expo (GME).

The Panther LS8 hand-held printer is said to be the ideal tool for printing labels from laptop or desktop computers at remote job sites.

The TDP43MY desktop printer is designed to produce high volume component labels, safety and facility markers, self-laminating, heat shrink and vinyl cloth wire/cable markers and printable marker plates.

The company’s Opticam fibre optic connectors will also make their debut at GME.

The connectors feature a dual cam design which secures the fibre and buffer in one action, with a translucent inner housing assembly allowing visual inspection and verification of the fibre termination.

The company’s GME stand will also include lockout devices that secure energy-isolating devices, such as circuit breakers and disconnect switches, in a safe position.

Tagout devices, stainless steel cable ties and strapping and custom-embossed and laser-etched stainless steel marker tags for heavy industrial, marine and chemical environments will also be displayed.

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