How to Select a Benchtop Sign and Label Printer

by Kathy S. on September 23, 2015

Workplace injuries, due in part to improper safety labeling, cost U.S. employers over $1 billion a week. For employees working with electricity or machinery, a standardized and organized system promotes workplace safety, ensures legal compliance, saves time and reduces mistakes.

Benchtop sign and label printers allow users to print custom labels on demand for arc flash, equipment, safety signs and more. Consider and compare the following popular industrial printers from Brady:

 MODEL                OUTPUT SPEED CONNECTIVITY COLOR
 BBP®33

Label Printer

¼” – 4” wide output 4 in/sec print speed PC-connect

printing only

 

Monocolor printing
 BBP®31

Sign & Label Printer

½” – 4” wide output 3 in/sec print speed Stand-alone and PC-connect printing Monocolor printing
 BBP®35

Sign & Label Printer

½” – 4” wide output 5 in/sec print speed Stand-alone and PC-connect printing Monocolor & Multicolor printing
 BBP®37

Sign & Label Printer

½” – 4” wide output 5 in/sec print speed Stand-alone and PC-connect printing; X-Y plotter cutter Monocolor & Multicolor printing
 BBP®85

Label Printer

4” – 10” wide output 2 in/sec print speed Stand-alone and PC-connect printing Monocolor & Multicolor printing

 

Weigh the major factors above before purchasing a label printer for your facility. All-Spec carries a wide selection of affordable, Brady label printers to help you reduce costly errors and improve workplace efficiency.

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