A complete range of black thermal transfer ribbons for all desktop and in-line coders, to suit 95% of all applications. Use the tabs above to help choose your ribbon And don't worry, you're commitment-free! We offer full refunds for any order if you're not 100% satisfied.
Different coder models require varying specifications of thermal ribbon. It would be impossible for us to list every printer, but you can check what spec your printer requires online or in your printers user manual. For some printer brands, we have specific pages to help you. Still unsure? Contact us and one of our coding experts will be happy to help.
Choosing your grade
To make picking the correct thermal transfer ribbon grade as simple as possible, we created a quick guide below. Don't sweat it! We offer a full refund if you're not 100% satisfied with your purchase. If you're in doubt, or looking for extra advice, contact us and our fully trained sales team will be happy to provide some guidance.
Rotech has over 20 years' experience working with all coding and marking technology, including thermal transfer. We work with world-leading manufacturers of TTR in the UK, which not only guarantees high-quality products, but also 100's of stock sizes to choose from for next day delivery!
With such great products comes great service, we have sales and support engineers based throughout the UK to provide a complete service when you Buy with Rotech.
Manufactured here in the UK
Over 50,000 ribbons available from stock
24 years of industry experience
With engineers available across the UK, you can book your unique thermal transfer audit. This is a half-day site survey of your facility, where we review all of your thermal transfer applications and provide you a detailed report on how you can save money!
Included in this on-site survey is a comprehensive study of your thermal transfer applications, printers & the label and ribbon sizes that you use within your operation. After the visit, a full report is provided detailing our findings.
What do you gain?
Our recommendations on where we think is best that you can save costs
Expert advice on how to get the best overall output from your TTO equipment
Answers to any questions you have regarding thermal transfer