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We’ve raised the bar with TR4085plus.™ Featuring our SmoothCoat™ backcoat, TR4085plus provides unparalleled printhead protection, while delivering the darkest, most durable images. In addition, TR4085plus prints on a wide range of substrates at temperatures consistent with those used for TR4085.
» Features
  • Features Sony’s SmoothCoat™ backcoat
  • Delivers darker images
  • Prints on a wider variety of substrates from uncoated papers to mid-range synthetic films
  • Prints at high speeds (12 IPS) delivering crisp, rotated bar codes
  • Dissipates static
  • Images at the same or lower print temperatures as TR4085
  • Superior print quality on flood-coated labels
  • Enhanced smudge and scratch resistance
» Recommended Applications
Shipping labels, retail tags, pharmaceutical labels, ingredient labels, general ticketing, shelf labels, horticulture labels, warning labels, blood bags, drum labels, olybags and machinery part labels
Shipping Labels
Sony ribbons deliver crisp rotated bar codes on coated and uncoated tag and label stocks.
Retail Tags
Sony ribbons will not stain fabrics when steamed, ironed or stored for extended periods of time.
Pharmaceutical Labels
Sony ribbons provide dark, durable images for critical applications.
Storage Labels
Sony ribbons offer cost-effective solutions on a wide variety of substrates.
Ribbon Property
Description Specification Measurement Method
Ink Material Resin enhanced wax -------
Total Thickness (μm) 7.9 ± 0.5 Micrometer
Base Film Thickness (μm) 4.8 ± 0.4 Micrometer
Ink Thickness (μm) 2.8 ± 0.3 Micrometer
Ribbon Transmission Density ≥ 1.45 Densitometer
Print Density ≥ 1.7 Densitometer
Durability of Printed Image
Label Stock: Coated paper  
Print Speed: 6 IPS Print Density: 1.79
Smudge Resistance: ANSI A1 Scratch Resistance: ANSI A1
Test Equipment: Colorfastness Tester  
Conditions: Smudge Test: 50 cycles @ 500 grams with cotton cloth
                 Scratch Test: 20 cycles @ 200 grams with stainless steel pointed tip
1Represents the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Grade measured at the given conditions. Grade levels are A, B, C, D, and F, where A is excellent, B is above average, C is average, D is below average, and F is poor.
Conversion Chart
Millimeters (mm) to inches › mm ÷ 25.4 Inches to mm › Inches ÷ 0.03937
Meters (m) to Feet (ft) › m ÷ 0.3048 Feet to Meters › Feet ÷ 3.2808
C° to F ° › (1.8 x C°) + 32 = F° F° to C° › (F°÷1.8) -17.77 = C°
Thousand square inches (MSI) to m2 › msi x 0.645 MSI = m2 ÷ 0.645
Recommended Applications
Shipping labels, retail tags, pharmaceutical labels, ingredient labels, general ticketing, shelf labels, horticulture labels, warning labels, blood bags, drum labels, polybags and machinery part labels