China Shenzhen thermal paper manufacturer top coated BPA BPS free 3 1/8 x 230 (80mm x 70m) thermal paper rolls

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Product Overview


Product Description


Item name

Methdic thermal paper rolls 3 1/8x230ft






13mm x 17mm plastic core



Actual length

48m - 70m

Paper grade

BPA free BPS free

Storage life

2-5 years


10/20/50rolls/box or customed


Cash register/Credit card/calculator printers/Pos machines etc


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Packaging & Shipping


Packing Details

Seal for single roll

Removable label with logo

Seal for pack

 5 rolls sealed by film

Carton pack 

 50 rolls/carton or custom

Carton size


Shipping Details

By Air


By Sea




Company Information


Company name

Shenzhen Likexin Industrial Co., Ltd.


Methdic , Likexin , Yilianda ,Batrical

Main products

Thermal paper rolls, Thermal labels rolls, Laser&inkjet printer labels, Shipping address labels, Fragile labels, Thank you labels, Thank you cards, Raffle Tickets, name stickers etc.

Year of setting up


Number of current workers

500 -1000

Workshop Area


Production capability



ISO9001 ,ISO14001 ,FSC, SGS

Typical customers

China Bank, SF express, Wal-Mart

Annual turnover

US $60 Millions









What is BPA & BPS

Potential health effects include:

BPA: Harm to brain, behavior and prostate in young children; many other effects triggered by hormone disruption

BPS: Related to Hormone disruption


Commonly found in:

BPA: food and beverage cans, polycarbonate plastic, children’s toys, thermal receipt paper, garden hoses

BPS: thermal receipt paper


Bisphenol A (BPA) and bisphenol S (BPS) are chemical cousins that are commonly found in plastics, food and beverage can linings, and other consumer products. BPA is known to mimic estrogen and, in animal studies, researchers have linked developmental exposure to it to reproductive harm, increased cancer susceptibility, and abnormalities in brain development and fat metabolism.

the National Institutes of Health state that the primary exposure source for most people is contaminated food and beverages. BPA has been detected in infant formula, canned food, and canned beverages. Over 90 percent of people in the United States carry BPA residues in their bodies. The human body breaks down and excretes BPA within a few days, so these consistent measurements in humans mean that we are taking in BPA as fast as our bodies can get rid of it. BPA also has been measured in breast milk, amniotic fluid, and follicular fluid; providing evidence that the developing fetus and infant also are exposed. Premature infants in neonatal intensive care units undergoing treatments were found to have 10 times higher BPA levels than seen in the general public, presumably as a result of BPA leaching from plastic components of medical care devices.

Consumer tips:

Bisphenol A (BPA) is found in polycarbonate plastic—usually marked with recycling symbol No. 7 and “PC”. Not all No. 7 plastic contains BPA, so look for products specifically labeled as “BPA-free.” Most canned foods and beverages and metal jar lids have BPA-based linings, unless the company has indicated otherwise, and are thought to be a major source of current BPA exposure.

Bisphenol S (BPS) is found in some thermal paper cash register receipts


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