Paint Marker, Low Chloride, Feltip, Red
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- Item Low Chloride Feltip Paint Marker
- Color Red
- Tip Size Medium
- Temp. Range -40 to 500 Degrees F
- Standards Meets or Exceeds the Requirements of the US Energy Research and Development Administration's "Nuclear Grade", MIL -STD_204D(SH), GE, Rolls Royce
- Features Designed to Mark Metals Attacked by Halogens and Low Melting Point Metallics. Paint Marker Uses Valve Action Mechanism Which Will Not Impart Contaminants That Could Cause Cracking or Weakening of the Metals During Heat Applications Such as Welding or Cutting. Will Not Corrode Base Mmaterial. Marks on Rough or Smooth, Wet, Oily or Dry Surfaces. Marks Will Withstand Heat and Weatherin. Cured Marks Will Withstand Temperatures in Excess of 600 Degrees F/300 Degrees C.
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Hazardous material - Other Regulated Material
This product contains a chemical that is regulated under California Proposition 65.
Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
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