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edding 8015F Laboratory Marker 0.75mm

edding 8015F Laboratory Marker 0.75mm

Regular price €2,68 EUR
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  • Laboratory marker for extra fine-lined precise marking and labelling on smooth and transparent surfaces, e.g. slides, reaction vessels, petri and laboratory dishes
  • The round nib has a stroke width of 0.75 mm
  • Quick-drying, wear-resistant, waterproof, lightfast and low-odour ink
  • Permanent on plastics, removable from glass with acetone, ethanol, isopropanol and methyl ethyl ketone
  • Tested quality: Extreme resistance to abrasion, high temperatures on aluminum up to 500 °C and cold temperatures up to -183 °C in liquid nitrogen - tested and approved by TÜV Saarland
  • Recommended by Clariant
  • Available in the colour black
  • Suitable spare nibs (edding 404 spare nibs) are available
  • Low-odour ink with no added toluene/xylene

When working in a laboratory, conditions can vary as much as the areas of research. With high temperature fluctuations it's important to work with reliable tools, such as the edding 8015 F laboratory marker, which defies temperatures ranging from -183 °C to +500 °C.

Besides its very fine nib and the waterproof and lightfast qualities, its abrasion resistance is so good, the German Association for Technical Inspection (TÜV) certified this marker. And because the edding 8015 F laboratory marker has proven its value over and over again, speciality chemicals company Clariant International AG recommends it for laboratories.

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