When an application calls for marking on plastic, a permanent ink stamp can often be the best marking solution. Permanent ink stamps for plastic applications are popular marking solutions because they offer a flexible, durable, portable, low-cost marking option.
Permanent Ink Stamps normally include alpha or numeral characters and can have any number of bands and character size, although they can also be customized to meet individual marking needs. Rubber stamps are popular marking solutions because they are also available in self-inking format, making the marking process even smoother and more efficient.
There are a lot of different inks out there, but we offer a number of inks specifically designed with plastic applications in mind, including:
#1250 All-Purpose Air-Dry Ink for Non-Porous Surfaces
- The #1250 all-purpose air-dry ink is ideal for use in our Mark II Stamp Pad. Creates rub resistant, waterproof imprints on glass, plastic, metal, polypropylene, rubber, and other hard to mark non-porous surfaces. Imprint dries in less than 20 seconds on most substrates.
- Meets Government specification A-A-208, Rev. B Type 1 and TT-I-1795A, Type 1.
- Dry Time: >30 seconds
- Suggested for use in the Mark II Stamp Pad or our metal industrial stamp pads with natural rubber stamps.
#628 Pigmented Ink for Non-Porous Surfaces
- #628 ink is our stock pigmented ink. Available in vivid colors, it provides excellent adhesion on treated polyethylene and most all non-porous surfaces.
- Dry Time: 10-15 seconds
- Suggested for use in the Mark II Stamp Pad with natural rubber stamps.
#432 Solvent Resistant Ink
- #432 is designed to resist alcohol, freon, degreasers, cleaning fluids, trichloroethylene, soap and water. The longer the imprint is given to dry, the more resistant the impression becomes. Suggested applications include metal, plastic, printed circuit boards, polyethylene and polypropylene.
- Dry Time: 10-30 seconds
- Suggested for use with natural rubber stamps and metal industrial stamp pads.
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This post was published on July 21, 2020 and updated on October 15, 2020.