How to Choose the Right Thermal Paper for Your Business?

 

If you operate retail stores, restaurants, or other businesses that hand out high volumes of receipts, you need a reliable thermal paper to keep your point of sale system running smoothly. 3 1/8” x 230’ thermal paper rolls are a popular choice for many busy merchants. In this blog, we’ll explore why these thermal receipt paper rolls are so widely used.

3 1/8" x 230' Thermal Paper POS Receipt Paper BPA Free 50 Rolls | Pony Packaging

 

This refers to thermal paper rolls that are 3 1/8 inches wide and 230 feet long. The 3 1/8 inch width allows the paper to be used in a wide variety of standard thermal printers. The 230 foot length provides extended printing capacity before the roll needs to be replaced, maximizing uptime.

Thermal Paper Roll 3 1/8" x 230' | Pony Packaging

 

Reduced Roll Changes - Long 230 foot rolls mean fewer interruptions to replace paper. Employees can stay focused on customers. 

Compatibility - 3 1/8 inch width fits most common POS Thermal Printers on the market. 

Cost Savings - Less roll changes also means less paper waste and lower paper costs over time. 

High Print Capacity - A single roll can print thousands of receipts, labels and tickets. 

Lessened Storage Needs - Fewer rolls need to be stocked at each location.

3 1/8" x 230' Thermal Paper POS Receipt Paper BPA Free 50 Rolls | Pony Packaging

 

POS Receipt Printing - The go-to paper size for cash registers and point of sale systems. 

Restaurant Kitchen Printing - Great for busy restaurants that rely on thermal printers in the kitchen. 

Retail Labelling - Provides capacity for high volumes of shelf tags and product labels. 

Shipping Labelling - Many shipping clerks use 3 1/8” thermal printers for faster address labelling. 

Kiosks - Widely used in self-service kiosks like those in malls and airports.

3 1/8" x 230' Thermal Paper POS Receipt Paper BPA Free 50 Rolls | Pony Packaging

Trust 3 1/8” x 230’ thermal paper rolls to optimize your business’s efficiency and costs when it comes to high-volume receipt and label printing.

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