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Article | April 6, 2011
Telatemp Corp.: Label indicates when package has been tipped
Telatemp Corporation’s low-cost TelaTip Recorder is a self-adhesive label that indicates when products have been tipped and mishandled in transit or storage.
The durable and tamperproof TelaTip Recorder utilizes an arrow-shaped window that turns from clear to blue to permanently record the extent to which a product has been tipped. Designed to quickly identify containers that have been tipped before the carrier leaves the consignee’s dock. Label measures 2 ¾- x 3 3/4-in. When a package is tipped nearly 90º or more, blue beads are displaced which record the extent of tipping by turning some, or all, of the arrow-shaped recording window permanently and irreversibly from clear to blue. Each recorder comes with two red on white visual alert labels. Suitable for multiple applications.
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