Thin, conformable polyester film tape for marking all types of wires and cables including power, telecommunications and instrumentation
Designed for easy identification of terminal blocks/strips, wire in panel boards or a piece of switchgear
Printed with letter "B"
Compatible with 3M ScotchCode Tape Dispenser STD for convenient usage
Style:Printed with "B"
3M ScotchCode SDR-B Wire Marker Tape Refill Roll is a polyester film tape that is printed with a letter for easy identification. It is ideal for marking all types of wire and cable including power, fiber optic, electronic and telecommunications. The tape has an acrylic, pressure-sensitive adhesive and withstands temperatures of -40 to 250 degrees F (-40 to 121 degrees C).
From the Manufacturer
Printed wire marker rolls. Printed with letter "B". 10 rolls per box.
3M Scotch Code Wire Marker Tape Refill Roll SDR-B, Printed with
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