Double-Sided Heat Shrink Wire Labels, Low-Smoke Certified

Made especially for marking wires used in regulated industries.

MILWAUKEE - HellermannTyton’s two-sided ShrinkTrak DS wire markers are ideal for engineers and installers who must use materials that meet non-toxicity and low-smoke standards. Compared to standard wire markers, they offer several advantages that contribute to code-compliance in regulated industries.

ShrinkTrak DS is halogen free and meets NFPA 130, the North American standard required for fixed guideway transit and passenger rail systems. This standard was written to address confined public space applications in the rail industry. However, the same concerns affect aerospace and other mass transit markets.

In applications where wiring may be crowded or obstructed, and label data is critical, double-sided labels like ShrinkTrak DS allow users to duplicate messaging on both sides for improved message visibility. Alternatively, the two sides can accommodate dissimilar data to take advantage of the extra print area. For example, side one can have uniform data for a set of wires, and side two can feature variable data.

“We’re making these mission-critical wire markers as user friendly as possible,” said Todd Fries, product category manager – identification. “We developed a ladder-style design to make them easier to remove from the carrier strip, and calibration on the printer is virtually waste free.”

ShrinkTrak DS labels can be printed using HellermannTyton’s TagPrint® Pro label creation software and TrakMark DS two-sided printer.

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HellermannTyton is a global manufacturer of cable management and identification solutions for automotive, solar, electrical, construction, industrial automation, broadband and other OEM markets. The company's integrated approach to product design, sustainability, production, quality assurance and delivery is optimized to benefit local and global customers. HellermannTyton operates in 39 countries, with North American headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (