Which is the best product marking?
One of our strengths is our huge range of electrolyte that allows us to mark any electrically conductive material. Many of our electrolytes cover different materials, while others are specially tailored to a material.
In order to achieve the best possible marking result, the optimal interaction of electrolyte and marking parameters (marking performance and marking time) is required. The marking system used (manual/semi-automatic) and the size of the marking can also influence the marking results on your product.
In many cases, we can give you appropriate recommendations right away. In some cases, however, it makes sense or is necessary for us to conduct a corresponding series of experiments with different product markings based on your samples. This service is completely free for you!
Number of Electrolytes
|Type of Marking||For Marking of|
|Black / White||Deep|
|33||x||Hard chrome plated metals|
|676||x||Tool steel, Ball bearings|
|67/10/3||x||All corrosion-susceptibly, Ordinary steels|
|6744||x||Chrome steels and stainless steels|
|639||x||Aluminium die casting, Zinc plated materials|
|71||x||Chemically nickel-plated materials high-alloyed tool steels|
|72||x||Chrome steels (18/8, VA)|
|117||x||Black oxidized (Bronzed) Materials|
|DE 40||x||Non-ferrous metals|
|DE 90||x||Steels with light underground|