J O'Brien 4058ZLJ Red Zipper Closure Anti-Transfer Badge Holder (Horizontal)

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SKU: 4058ZLJ
$97.00 per Pack of 100
QuantityPrice
1 – 2$97.00
3 – 4$90.00
5 – 9$83.00
10 +$73.00

Details

Our 4058ZLJ Red Zipper Closure Anti-Transfer Badge Holders protect ID or access card from moisture and dirt as well as ensures contents stay inside. These badge holders are made of a thick, yet softer, more flexible 0.020" vinyl that allows it to carry thicker cards or multiple cards without the risk of splitting.

  • Anti-print transfer vinyl
  • Government size (holds multiple cards)
  • Red zip lock closure
  • Wear with any chain, lanyard or strap clip
  • Prevents dye migration

The zipper closure badge holders are also excellent for government sized proximity cards. Anti-print transfer vinyl prevents "Dye Migration", an unwanted reaction that occurs when a non-laminated printed ID card is placed into a badge holder then exposed to heat or air pressure. Ideal for ID badges exposed to heat or direct sunlight. The 4058ZLJ badge holders feature an anti-print transfer material that won’t stick, and prevents ID badge information and design from transferring onto the plastic holder.

Specifications

Badge Holder Type
Zipper Closure

Badge Holder Orientation
Horizontal

Badge Holder Size
Government

Badge Holder Attachment
Slot & Chain Holes

Max Insert Size
3 7/8 inch (98 mm) W x 2 5/8 inch (67 mm) H

Product Size
4 13/16 inch (122 mm) W x 3 inch (76 mm) H

Proposition 65

Bis(2-ethylhexyl) Phthalate More commonly known as DEHP, we use this chemical as a softening agent in the production of some of our flexible vinyl badge holders. Because of the way this chemical is used, it’s impossible to know the concentration of DEHP in our holders. DEHP has been used in a variety of applications in the past, including IV tubing and as a fragrance carrier in cosmetics, personal care products, laundry detergents, colognes, scented candles, and air fresheners.

WARNING This product can expose you to Bi (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate, which is known in the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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