none

Now you can write through oil, grease – even underwater

03-07-2014
by 
in 

Exclusive to Australian Warehouse Solutions (AWS), Texpen valve action markers are designed to leave permanent, sharp, bright marks on any solid surface – even underwater.
Texpen features a specially formulated paint that will mark any non-porous surface, without losing legibility or brightness.

The tough aluminium body guarantees it will keep its shape, even in harsh industrial environments.
You can write at all angles, including upside down. Paint flow is controlled by a pressure bulb at the end of the barrel. 

The specially designed ballpoint tip eliminates wear and ensures the Texpen will never dry out.
It is available in six high impact colours – white, yellow, red, blue, green, black.
 

Australian Warehouse Solutions
Ph: 1800 023 890

www.austwarehouse.com.au

Related news & editorials

  1. 15.09.2021
    15.09.2021
    by      In
    The Australian Trellis Door Co are proud to announce their commercial roller shutters.
    Recently installed for Taco Bell in Orange, NSW, and project managed by the Sydney-based Aspect Design and Development, they have a vermin-proof facility which still permits ample ventilation.
    The model series 2... Read More
  2. 15.09.2021
    15.09.2021
    by      In
    CNC specialist NUM has launched a unique 2D drawing tool that simplifies the design and creation of executable G-code files for CNC cutting machines.Known as NUMcad, the new drawing software runs directly from the machine’s operator panel and also under Windows on any standard PC. Its user... Read More
  3. 13.09.2021
    13.09.2021
    by      In
    ICP Electronics Australia Presents iEi’s Mustang-V100-MX4 Computing Accelerator Card The Mustang-V100-MX4 is a deep learning convolutional neural network acceleration card for speeding up AI inference, in a flexible and scalable way.
    Equipped with Intel® Movidius™ Myriad™ X Vision Processing Unit (... Read More
  4. 13.09.2021
    13.09.2021
    by      In
    EMKA have noted the growth of social and industrial dependence on internet cable connectivity – and the way that the roll out of superfast broadband has led to a greater number of cabinets on our streets.
    At the same time, it seems that there has been an increase in the scope of “street culture”... Read More
Products
Suppliers