Permanent Tube Marker, Ink-Based, Reds Color Family, Medium Tip, 1 EA
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- Marking Tool Product Group Industrial Markers
- Item Tube Marker
- Marker Type Permanent
- Marking Tool Base Material Ink
- Marking Tool Color Family Reds
- Marking Tool Tip Size Group Medium
- Min. Temp. -20 Degrees F
- Max. Temp. 400 Degrees F
- Series Cross Check
- Marking Tool Surface Material Metal
- Marking Tool Tip Shape Tubular
- Tip Size 1/8"
- Tip Material Fiber
- Dry Time Less Than 1 hr.
- Actuation Type Squeeze Tube
- Features 1 oz. Tube Size, Paste Like Highly Visible Mark is Easy to See if Broken When Tampering Occurs, Fluorescent Color, Visually Detects Loose Nuts and Bolts, Excellent Adhesion, Safe for Most Surfaces
- Standards Color conforms to HACCP for use in Food Processing and Handling.
- Color Red
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - Other Regulated Material
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