Many UK and international companies cite Kroy printers as their preferred devices for label printing. Kroy produce printers suitable for signage and labelling applications in all situations and at all price points.
The labelling of products, materials and other items is something we all come across in daily life. Boxes marked “Heavy”, “Fragile” or “This Side Up”, doors which say “Private” or “Danger”, or tags on items like “QC Passed”, “Do Not Remove Cover” and “50% Off”. And to this a multitude of CE mark tags, British Standard kite marks and other similar stickers, and you start to realise that almost every item you handle probably has a sticker or tag on it somewhere.
Kroy label printers are designed for those manufacturing, packaging and working with such items. If you need to make a label to warn customers or co workers that a package is ‘Heavy’ or ‘Fragile’, these portable desktop printers are just the ticket. The entry level models have a very small footprint, so they wont take up much room on your desk or in your office. They feature a selection of connectivity options, and allow printing on paper, synthetic materials, and self laminating cable markers. One of the things which makes Kroy printers stand out from the competition is that even the most basic models feature their own internal memory. This allows for permanent storage of label formats, fonts and graphic within the machine itself, even when it is disconnected from the tasking device. Extended runs of duplicate labels is therefore a breeze.
The quality of warning signs and labels must be sufficient so that they can be identified at a glance and read quickly and accurately in all conditions. 300dpi is the industry standard resolution for this type of machine, and some models have an optional cutter which can be attached to cut off each label from the blank roll as it is printed. They can print at speeds of up to eight inches per second, saving valuable time. And aside from the ability to print from sage and other windows based software, higher models have their own integrated software to make your labelling operations a piece of cake.
The higher models in the Kroy printers range feature metal cases seated on aluminium or cast alloy frames. This makes them suitable for non office environments which would see other printers way out of their comfort zone. If your application involves printing in a warehouse, workshop or vehicle, you will appreciate the robust nature of this design. Our printers produce container labels, shipping labels, warehouse labels and chemical drum labels in the harshest of environments.
The Kroy brand is well known and trusted in the industry. Many signs and notices around any premises which houses one of our printers may have been produced on the machine. The ease of use and high quality of results makes Kroy printers the machines of choice for many businesses across all industries. They are available from MLPS Business Machines at www.printingsystemsuk.com.