Nuclear Plants will fire any employee who walks into the plant with an uncertified pen. This is why many nuclear facilities make exclusive usage of the Mighty Marker® High Purity line of marking pens for all their marking needs even on exotic metals.
Laboratory certified low chloride, low halogens, and low corrosives; These marking pens contain high-purity inks for safely marking nuclear pipes, vessels, stainless steel, and titanium. Welding operations, automotive plants, and aircraft industries can also benefit from them. The ink and paint has been certified by an outside laboratory and will not contaminate or adversely affect the surfaces being marked.
These markers include certification paper-work, lab-report paper-work, local-law compliant labeling for shipment and storage, SDS sheets corresponding to the particular batch, and certificates of compliance with the specs requested.
Inks and paints meet or exceed the requirements of:
• GE#D50TF8-S7 “Nuclear Grade”
• NuclearPlant # TEC 10000028213
• Pratt & Whitney # PWA 36700
• Rolls Royce # EMA 56752
• Chicago Bridge & Iron
• Westinghouse APP-GW-Z0-602
• Various other aerospace and nuclear grade specifications
For permanent marking of automobile surfaces such as Engines, Brake Calipers, Tires, Etc., We make markers perfect for the job.
VOC's, Flammability, Irritability, and other concerns. How we suggest handling them, how to be aware in the workplace, and how to be aware when choosing a product for the workplace.
When used properly, Mighty Marker High Temperature markers make the most permanent and durable mark possible from any of our products.
Comparing Valve Controlled Markers and Capillary Action markers in terms of Lifespan, Capacity, Nib Replacement, Versatility of application, Price, and Environmental impact
Valve Controlled? Capillary controlled? On it’s side?, Upright? Should I Degas a valve controlled marker? When should I Worry about degassing? How do I prevent leaking?
We are an active distributor to industrial customers. We specialize in the most popular Sharpie Pens from their industrial product line such as Magnum, King size, and the regular sharpies as well. Its what they want and we are a good supplier for them.
What are the variety of nibs that we use for each? Nibs for Inks? Nibs for Paints? Temperature tolerances? Flow Velocity?
Flomaster® Auto-body and glass markers will not damage your car. They withstand the rain and sun, remain highly visible, and are completely removable with ammonia based products like Windex®.
We are established in all the above companies systems. They give us regular orders to replenish their stock. These guys can order and stock any pen product from our product line if you request it of them.
Let's take a look at Fluorescence and Phosphorescence when it comes to paint and ink markers.
Do you want to lay down a mark and then paint over it but that mark needs to stay visible and readable? Bleed Thru Ink makes it possible. These pens are made with high density dyes and they are soluble with the primers. The beauty of it is that you will see the mark instantly after it is marked over.
Are touch-up marker's a marking need of your company? Call us today to discuss! If you send us a sample of your material to match will make samples for you!
Arro-mark® offers special paint that withstands degreasing solvent solutions such as aggressive machine part cleaning procedures.
How and why does it work? Who uses pens like these?
We have water based marker that are completely non-hazardous and can be shipped anywhere. We have carefully formulated each our our water-based pens to get the best visible and durable mark possible. This article talks about the variety of water based marking pens we sell.
It's always best to recycle when possible. Talk to your local authorities about how they handle the different recyclable materials and sort your waste accordingly. For the longest lasting, environmentally contentious marker purchase, go with our valve action markers. They are filled to capacity and don't stop working down to the last drop!
When possible, we prefer metal barrels for our marking pens because they are best suited for the industrial environment.
Under normal general use, marking pens are 100% safe to use. So why do we see warning and pictograms on the labels and Safety Data Sheets?
What kinds of paint crayons are there? What is the solvent content of solidified paint markers?