Nissen Metal Marker Readable At 2,100° F

—Literature Available A high temperature metal marker usable in metalworking applications such as heat treating, coding and identification for hot castings and forgings, and layout work for cutting and brazing has been introduced by J.P. Nissen Company, Glenside, Pa.

According to the manufacturer, under independent testing the marker has been proven to exhibit readability with 24 hours of continuous exposure to temperatures up to 1,700°F. In an uncontrolled atmosphere, marks were clearly readable at the end of the following test cycles: 500°F, 1,325°F and 1,550°F using time cycles of one, four, 16 and 24 hours; 1,700°F, 1,900°F and 2,100°F using time cycles of one, two, four, nine, 16, 20 and 24 hours.

The marker utilizes a lead-free proprietary pigment and base formulation in conjunction with the patented Nissen® ball point to provide economical, durable marking on wet, dry, oily, rough and smooth surfaces.

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Nissen Company's high temperature metal marker, Circle 82 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 32,  Nov 1985

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