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New hand held label printer from Brady

Brady’s new BMP 21 hand held label printer brings high-quality, all-round industrial labelling versatility to the market at an extremely accessible price.

Designed for easy, one-handed operation the BMP21 is a thermal transfer printer that’s simple to operate and quick to print. Producing Brady’s high quality, durable labels that adhere to smooth, curved, textured and rough surfaces even in extreme temperatures the printer can also produce heat-shrink sleeves and continuous self-laminating identification for unbeatable wire marking.

Designed specifically as the unbeatable entry level handheld for Data Comms, Electrical and General ID Labelling markets, the BMP21 produces cable and wire identification including self-lams, patch panel, panel and faceplate identification, terminal blocks, asset identification and safety labels amongst many others.

In addition to its easy-to-use design the BMP21 can boast dual cutter buttons, a label retention feature that holds each label in place until it is needed, memory to store and retrieve your most commonly used labels and built in fonts, barcodes, symbols and graphics to produce professional, durable identification first time, every time.

Natasha Antunes is Brady UK’s Marketing Co-Ordinator, "The BMP 21 is a handheld printer that can perform so many functions; for any identification job which needs an all-round reliable workhorse but with the quality of a thoroughbred, this is the printer to choose, it is set to become an essential product wherever labels are needed."

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