Dykem Tuff Guy White Heavy Duty Permanent Ink Marker
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Tuff Guy White Heavy Duty Permanent Ink Marker
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- General-purpose pigmented ink marker that writes on almost any surface
- Highly resistant to most coolants and cutting fluids degreasing bath and other industrial chemicals
- Makes permanent bright marks on rubber, plastic, metal, glass, corrugated board, leather, stone, wood, vinyl and more
- Marks withstand dirt, oil, grease, extreme weather conditions and even degreasing solvents
- Quick drying, pigmented ink withstands indoor and outdoor conditions
- Markers can be used to permanently identify inventory, assemblies, tools, finished products or work in progress while resisting most work related abuses or compounds
- Valve actuated mechanism prevents paint in barrel from drying when cap is left off
- Marker has a heavy-duty aluminum body with large paint capacity
- Marker features a threaded barrel that can be screwed into a jig or fixture for a continuous marking process
- Bullet tips are replaceable to assure complete use of paint in each marker
The Dykem® TUFF GUY™ is a heavy-duty, truly permanent ink marker which features a non-xylene based formula. This valve-action marker is ideal for permanent identification of parts or accessories. The clear, crisp marks resist fading even when subjected to varying, extreme climates. TUFF GUY™ won't rub off slick surfaces like plastics and shrink wrap.
|Composition||Methyl Isobutyl Ketone Cyclohexanone Titanium Dioxide Carbon Black|
|Dry Time||25 to 35 s|
The following information is subject to change without notice
|Country of Origin||US|
|Prop 65 Warning||WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Methyl isobutyl ketone, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.|