MT-40

Coloured magnetic tape 40 mm

for labelling and cutting, rolls of 1 m
promptly deliverable

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Description

This colourful magnetic tape is 40 mm wide and available in many different colours. It consists of strontium ferrite, the front is laminated with light-resistant PVC. You can cut it to size with household scissors and label it with pencil, pen or whiteboard marker. The writing can be removed with alcohol, benzine or eraser, but some marks may remain. A waterproof felt tip marker is best suited for writing a permanent label on magnetic tape. You can find detailed information in our FAQ labelling. You can also print on magnetic tape using digital or screen-printing techniques. Please read our tips for printing on magnetic tapes.

The writable magnetic tape will be delivered in rolls of 1 metre each. If you order 3 metres in red, for instance, you will receive three rolls of 1 metre each.
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Technical data

Article ID MT-40
Length 1 m
Width 40 mm
Thickness 1 mm
Magnetisation Anisotropic
Strength 80 g/cm²
Weight 150 g/m

Additional features and tips


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The magnetic tapes are available in many different colours. They are anisotropically magnetised, which increases their adhesive force.

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The flux detector beautifully visualises the lamellar magnetisation. North and south poles alternate closely spaced. That leads to a higher adhesive force at direct contact with ferromagnetic surfaces.
Magnetic tapes are suitable for all sorts of labeling: By hand...
... with printed labels...
... or without writing, just as a colour-coded identification.
This magnetic tape is 40 mm wide, so it lends itself to making little signs for the whiteboard.
Fancy frame: Magnetic tapes can also add a stylistic note. On the top left the Coloured magnetic tape 20 mm was used, on the right the Coloured magnetic tape 10 mm and below the MT-40.

However, that works only with paper or thin cardboard, because magnetic tapes are not designed for this type of use; they need direct contact with a ferromagnetic surface.
Magnets should not be placed on magnetic tapes, because they would demagnetise the tapes. Suitable surfaces for magnets are magnetic strips or magnetic boards, for example.
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