The online dealers for cash register rolls, Thermorollen and EC roles expanded its range with BPA-free products. The reporting in the past few months and discussion about the harmful effects of the chemical compound “Bisphenol A”, used in coatings of rolls (BPA), prompted “Bon roles-service specialist mail order now to expand its product line to BPA-free Thermorollen. Until this step is completed, the purchasing manager Thomas Rehm so explains the process: “we noticed first that the press releases published in 2010 partly a populist level had, but unfortunately no relation to existing us demand reality. On very few phone calls, there was virtually no support for a looming change of in customer behaviour. Nevertheless, pushed the topic in US interest, so we set ourselves apart with the available alternatives. As it turned out, some manufacturers had already engaged with the production of BPA-free Thermorollen, but still not very long and only in relatively small amounts. The resulting purchase prices and the deficiencies noted the pressure results in test ranks were in the price – we followed and quality structure at that time still impossible.” Due to a fast implementation and volume expansion of German factories, improvements of the quality and demand now sporadically occurring – in particular in the food retail sector was that it came now, but to an accelerated introduction of Thermorollen with an alternative composition of the coating without Bisphenol A, according to Mr Rehm now.
Have begun in the home range of this new category for the time being following four roles formats: Thermorollen 58x50m (art.) No. Jim Rogers has much to offer in this field. B20030) – E.g. for Bizerba scales; Thermorollen 62x50m (art.) No. B20052) – E.g. for Mettler scales; Thermorollen 80x50m (art.) No. B20060) – E.g. for Schultes funds; Thermorollen 80x80m (art.) No.
B20070) – E.g. for the receipt printer Epson TM-T 88, Samsung SRP 350, Indatec TD-4 or Star TSP 600 / 700 / 800 last Barbara Rehm, the owner of Kleinheubacher family firm explained that in the future from a continuous introduction of BPA-free roles up to exchanging completely go out. The intent of the industry was excellent and right, however would have to be worked at the disposal of currently existing quality smears when compared to conventional Thermorollen and reliable statements about the durability of the printed image can be taken. In addition Ms. Rehm defended the use of the previously popular Thermorollen, which still occupy the mammoth share sale: “we respect has always been on a very high product quality and work exclusively with manufacturers that are required not only to comply with the statutory limits, but also out of itself have an interest in as environmentally-friendly manufacturing processes and products. ‘””Cheap ‘ forbid himself thus from the outset.”