Metal marking is our specialty. There are an enormous variety of metal marking applications that we provide pens for from standard marking to a great variety specialty marking solutions. If in doubt, give us a call to discuss your metal marking needs. All the ink formulas we have are formulated for metal marking as well.
For specialty operations that have strict rules for what can enter the plat or worksite, we have certified markers. These pens will not adversely affect the surface being marked. Mighty Marker® High purity safely mark specialty materials such as titanium and other exotic metals without risk of corroding or forming copper salts under the mark.
For room temperature metals or cold rolled steel about to be brought to a high temperature (Up to 1000 degrees centegrade), we have Mighty Marker® High Temperature. When the melting points of the pigments are reached, the colors are fused to the metals and will never come off. These pens used this way are quite possibly the most permanent mark you can make from any of our product lines.
For marks that are meant to remain visible after painted over, we have Bleed-thru® Markers. Structural pieces like girders and beams hidden by walls are often primed and painted after they are marked and cataloged. The high density dies used in these pens bleed through oil-based primers and water-based primers, depending on the formula. We have both. If you need assistance sealing the mark to stop bleed-thru, we can help with that too.
We sell inks and paints that are capable of resisting the agressive cutting fluids and degreasing solvents used in machine part cleaning procedures. Laboratories also use them because they clean their flasks and other equipment with alcohols. Mighty Marker® DG brings back the old fashioned ketone solvent based marking pens that will take anything you can throw at it.
Completely removable without any ghosting whatsoever.
The use of a galvanizing marker in necessitated by the need to come off completely in a galvanizing bath. Metal fabricators, welders, anyone sending their metal to be galvanized needs a marker for this purpose. They go from a ph of 2 acidic, water, and electronically adhered zinc bath adhering to metal which makes the metal 50 percent harder. Our markers are removed down to the bare metal in the first bath. If a metal is not clean before galvanizing, and any additional processing needs to happen at the galvanizing plant such as grinding off marks, the line will be held up and additional charges will be incurred. A lot of money is saved by the use of our pens. Using a marker not approved by the galvanizers can be expensive. Save your grief by asking your galvanizer what markers they approve to be sent through their plant. It's likely they will recommend our pen (or a pen we make under a private label)
If you make tool steel, there are different heat grades. They usually mark 3 or 4 colors at the end of the bars so if you cut the car you have to remark it. You can use a permanent marker. Mighty Marker PM-16 for instance.
Let's take a look at Fluorescence and Phosphorescence when it comes to paint and ink markers.
Comparing Valve Controlled Markers and Capillary Action markers in terms of Lifespan, Capacity, Nib Replacement, Versatility of application, Price, and Environmental impact
What are the variety of nibs that we use for each? Nibs for Inks? Nibs for Paints? Temperature tolerances? Flow Velocity?
For permanent marking of automobile surfaces such as Engines, Brake Calipers, Tires, Etc., We make markers perfect for the job.
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®.
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 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.
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.
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.
What kinds of paint crayons are there? What is the solvent content of solidified paint markers?
Arro-mark® offers special paint that withstands degreasing solvent solutions such as aggressive machine part cleaning procedures.
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.
When used properly, Mighty Marker High Temperature markers make the most permanent and durable mark possible from any of our products.
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.
How and why does it work? Who uses pens like these?
When possible, we prefer metal barrels for our marking pens because they are best suited for the industrial environment.
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!
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?