Marsh TD2100 Series


An American made manual gummed tape dispenser built on the same platform as the new electronic model.  Each handle pull dispenses up to 36" of tape. Single brush moistening. Optional heater available to increase efficiency in moistening gummed tapes.

Replaces the Marsh 5HT:


Made in USA

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Tape: Paper or Reinforced Kraft Gummed Tape
Tape Widths:
1" (2.5 cm) to 3" (76.2 cm)
Tape Lengths:
4" to 99" depending upon model.
Heater Electrical:
   115 volts, 50/60 hertz or
                              220 volts, 50/60 hertz

Heater Amperage:    4 amps for 110/120v
                                2 amps for 220/240v
Power Cord:  7 feet (2.3m) non-detachable
Water Bottle:
70 ounces (2070 ml)
Shipping Weight:
34 pounds (12.7 kg)
18.9" long x 13.7" high x 10.5" wide (48 cm long x 34.8 cm high x 26.6 cm wide)

Marsh offers single brush moistening with a new style guillotine type cutting blades and tank type heater (Standard on the electronic - Optional on the manual). 

Blade maintenance is required when using the heavier tapes and in some instances can interfere with productivity.  On the newer 2100 style machines you will need to remove the blade guard to clean and oil the blade.  On the older machines the scissor blades are held in place with only two screws, it will take approximately five minutes to remove and clean.  At Pro Pack we do not recommend spray type cleaners or spray oils on this machine due to the possibility of over spray on the moistening brush.  The blades are cleaned with a solvent type fluid (lighter fluid works great) and coated with a thin film of oil that will prevent build up of gummed materials.

With single brush moistening it is also very important to keep the brush clean weekly with soap and water.  Use of dish wash detergent works best as hand soaps can contain hand softeners which will interfere with the moistening characteristics.