Scienceware Write-On Label Tape, 3/4 in X 40 yd, Green, Pack of 4

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Scienceware Write-On Green Label Tape measures 3/4 in x 40 yd and sticks to any clean surface including teflon fluoropolymer resin coated materials. It can be taken off without leaving residue and the pen or solvent ink marker will remain lucid under the most demanding laboratory conditions. The rubber resin adhesive endures a maximum temperature of 157 deg C for 30 min or 80 deg C for 24 hrs and can be used down to -80 deg C. It also withstands a steam autoclaving cycle at 121 deg C and also gamma irradiation between 13.0 and 45.0 kGy. It is resistant to most solvents and moisture and is sold as 4 per pack.
  • Colored paper with rubber resin adhesive resists moisture and most solvents
  • Withstands a maximum temperature of 157 - 176 deg C for 30 minutes or 80 - 176 deg C for 24 hrs, can be used down to -80 TO 176 deg C
  • Withstands a steam autoclaving cycle at 121 - 176 deg C and gamma irradiation between 13.0 and 45.0 kGy