PM Company Direct Thermal Printing Thermal Paper Rolls, 1.75" x 150 ft, White, 10/Pack

Product Number: PMC18996
  • Guaranteed to work efficiently with your machine printhead.
  • Provides crisp, clear, black images.
  • Passes the IBM® Testing Process—an industry standard.
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Product Description

PM Company Direct Thermal Printing Thermal Paper Rolls, 1.75" x 150 ft, White, 10/Pack - Cash Register/ATM Rolls offer top-quality thermal paper that works efficiently with your machine printhead. High-quality rolls provide crisp, clear black images. Rolls are designed for use in the Sharp ERA Series and XEA Series.

  • Guaranteed to work efficiently with your machine printhead.
  • Provides crisp, clear, black images.
  • Passes the IBM® Testing Process—an industry standard.
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Product Specifications

  • Assembly Required
    No
  • Brand Name
    PM
  • Color
    White
  • Compatibility
    Sharp ERA Series and XEA Series
  • Country of Origin
    United States
  • End of Roll Indicator
    No
  • Footnote 1
    This product was made from wood sourced from a certified managed forest
  • Global Product Type
    Paper-POS/Calculator Roll
  • Limited Warranty
    Lifetime
  • Machine Compatibility
    Adding Machines Calculators Cash Registers POS Machines
  • Manufacturer
    PM Company, LLC
  • Manufacturer Part Number
    18996
  • Manufacturer Website Address
    www.pmcompany.com
  • Number of Parts
    1 1
  • Packaged Quantity
    10 / Roll
  • Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent
    0%
  • Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent
    0%
  • Product Line
    Perfection
  • Product Name
    1-ply Cash Register/ATM Rolls
  • Product Type
    Receipt Paper
  • Recycled
    No
  • Rolls Per Unit
    10
  • Sheet Size
    1 3/4" x 150 ft
  • Special Features
    Cash Register, Credit Card Machines, Gas Pump Rolls, Mobile Printers, Calculators/Adding Machines
  • Total Recycled Content Percent
    0%

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