Portable hot stamp wire marker

Energy Management Corp. has released the Hz2.1 Portable Hot Stamp Wire Marker as a solution for permanently marking wires in large, pre-planned batches. Hz2.1 uses heat with imprint foil to emboss thousands of possible alpha and numeric combinations onto wires, making a professional looking, permanent imprint similar to those of expensive automated machines.

01/01/2008


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Energy Management Corp. has released the Hz2.1 Portable Hot Stamp Wire Marker as a solution for permanently marking wires in large, pre-planned batches. Hz2.1 uses heat with imprint foil to emboss thousands of possible alpha and numeric combinations onto wires, making a professional looking, permanent imprint similar to those of expensive automated machines. Wires that aren’t easily accessible, or other custom projects, can be permanently marked with a hand-held tool weighing approximately 3 lbs. and measuring 9 x 2 x 11.5 inches. The Hz2.1 makes each imprint for a fraction of a penny, based on a $49 foil roll making up to 20,000 imprints. www.emcsolutions.com Energy Management Corp.





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