What Are Till Rolls?

Till rolls are a type of paper used for recording transactions made with a cash register or epos machine. They are also known as cash register rolls. These rolls register the separate amounts of money paid for goods in a business establishment. They are essential for any shop that accepts credit card payments, as they provide a record of each transaction.

There are several different types available. Various material types and sizes are available depending on your type of till machine. Businesses or individuals can also buy single or bulk quantities depending on their needs. Lastly, it’s important to use high-quality paper to ensure that the prints are clear and easy to read.

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Thermal Till & PDQ Rolls (20 Pack)

SKU: 450125P
From £8.47 ExVAT

Till Rolls

Measuring For The Right Fit:

To make sure you use the correct size, you’ll need to measure the diameter, width, and core of a single roll. The width is the measurement from one end to the other, while the diameter is the distance across the end. The core size is the diameter of the hole in the centre of the roll. Measuring the dimensions is important to ensure that they fit in the machine correctly.

It’s important to use the right size for your machine. Using the wrong size can cause jams and other issues. To check what size you need, consult your machine manual or measure the roll yourself. Follow the step-by-step instructions provided in your machine manual to install the roll correctly.

What is the difference between Thermal and Non-Thermal?

Thermal rolls are a type of till roll that is coated in chemicals and uses heat to print receipts. The surface of this type of roll is bright and smooth. They are made of a special type of paper that reacts to heat and creates the print on the paper. Thermal rolls are more efficient and cost-effective than traditional units. This is because they don’t require ink or ribbons. They also produce high-quality prints that are easy to read.

Non-thermal till rolls, on the other hand, do not have this bright, smooth coating. They also do not rely on heat for printing. Instead, they’re printed using traditional ink-based methods. This means they require ink or ribbon to print on them.

The type of roll you use will depend largely on the type of printer you have. Each type has its advantages. For example, thermal printers can print faster than non-thermal. Also, the print on thermal paper can often be handled immediately without smearing, whereas non-thermal will require time for the ink to dry.

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