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Tired of guessing a cable bundle’s identity? Deciphering handwritten wire markers? If you’ve got too much detective work, here’s a way to solve it: BradyGrip Print-on Hook Material featuring VELCRO Brand Hook.

It’s the EASY way to ID wire and cable bundles. Just print and place. In an instant, your toughest ID work is done. Thanks to a Brady and Velcro Companies partnership, this one-of-a-kind material sports a printable front and grippy back – just the right combo for challenging datacom, electrical, construction and medical jobs.

To reposition, just pull off and place again. There’s no time-consuming or costly rework. With BradyGrip, your bundles are clearly identified – without all the detective work. You’ll wonder how you ever worked without it.

Get the details: B-414 BradyGrip Labels

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Brady, known best for developing identification solutions and Velcro Companies, for its hook and loop technology, have merged their specialties into this unique material, sporting a durable, printable front and a grippy back with tiny hooks. Its dual functionality offers field technicians what they need most: a fast and efficient way to identify wire and cable bundles.

After printing label information on BradyGrip, it is then placed on VELCRO Brand ONE-WRAP Rolls. These rolls are strong, but gentle, adjustable, reusable and can be custom cut to any length - the ideal solution for organizing any type of wire or cable.

Printers Compatible with BradyGrip

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Easy on, easy off. And good looking, too. That’s BradyGrip.

And it can transform your wire and cable work, one bundle at a time.

Picture4.pngGain efficiency

Increase your uptime with BradyGrip. If you can print it, you can ID it – it’s that simple. And, who doesn’t want faster fieldwork?

 

Picture5.pngChange your mind (if you want to)

Brady has you covered. Don’t rework it, just reposition it – or remove it. This built-in flexibility keeps projects moving.

 

Picture6.pngIdentify – gently

Say goodbye to cable ties. BradyGrip offers a pinchless, nondamaging alternative to nylon markers. Just print and place.

 

Picture7.pngKeep your options open

Ultra-adaptable BradyGrip fits big or small jobs. It’s available in various-width material, so use it for any number of printable, grippable projects.

 

VELCRO Brand ONE-WRAP product not included with purchase
VELCRO and ONE-WRAP are registered trademarks of Velcro IP Holdings LLC. Used with permission.

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Request a free sample to see just how well Brady's labels stand up to your biggest workplace challenges.

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