Solid Marker is widely used in metal fabrication for marking structural steel, sheet metal, plates, tubes and pipes. Fabrication shops rely on the Solid Marker for many of its features not least of which is its dependability. Unlike liquid paint markers, Solid Marker has no fiber tip that can clog or wear off when used on rough or dirty surfaces so it is virtually fail proof and always able to mark when needed. Additionally, its solidified state makes it highly resistant to drying out –a common occurrence with liquid paint markers particularly in industrial settings where ambient conditions are less than ideal. Whether it's marking set up parts, welding points or lines, notating dimensions, or just about any need to mark steel, be it carbon, alloy, stainless, or tool steel. Solid Marker is the marker of choice for metal fabricators, welding shops, and mechanical-HVAC contractors.
MARKING ON STEEL
Solid Marker Low Temperature is the preferred marker for marking on beams, primed steel and parts burned on plasma tables. The low temperature version of Solid Marker is stiffer that some prefer for marking rougher surfaces. The high visibility marks help identify part numbers within parts inventory.