Rough, wet industrial surfaces in extreme temperatures can be clearly marked with Markal’s new Quik Stik Mini paint marker tool, according to manufacturer LA-CO Industries.
| The Solid Paint Marker works on range of surfaces from 0 to +392°F.|
With an application temperature range of 0°F to 392°F (-18°C to 200°C), compact design and durable paint, the tool is made for marking in welding, shipbuilding, oil and gas, metal fabrication, and construction environments.
The solid paint industrial marker dries in five to seven minutes, for almost immediate handling. It is suitable for use on metal, concrete, plastic, wood, and lumber surfaces.
Design and Features
The tool is designed for tough industrial environments, with a durable plastic barrel and twist-up knob to advance the paint, the manufacturer says. A self-storing clip cap prevents the marker from rolling off work benches and creates a complete airtight seal.
Available in four UV- and weather-resistant colors, the marker works on wet, hot, smooth, and rough surfaces, the manufacturer says. The marker boasts a xylene-free formula with no 2-butoxyenthonyl.
“At Markal, we believe our products should work as hard as the trade professionals who use them,” said Kevin Talbott, Industrial Marketing Manager for Markal. “We listened to the suggestions of tradesmen and created the Quik Stik Mini, a tool that is easily carried, used and stored.”
Based in Elk Grove Village, IL, LA-CO Industries is a diversified manufacturer of the Markal brand of industrial marking products. Established in 1934, LA-CO manufactures more than 2,000 products for the plumbing, HVAC, industrial, agricultural, lumber, welding and other industries.
More information: www.markal.com.