Introducing The Hz2.1 Portable Hot Stamp Wire Marker to Meet Industry's Need for Flexible, Cost-effective Wire Marking

Energy Management Corporation, a leader in solutions for the Electrical Industry, recently released the Hz2.1 Portable Hot Stamp Wire Marker as an innovative solution for permanently marking wires where large, pre-planned batches based on expensive, automated equipment is not practical. The Hz2.1 Portable Hot Stamp Wire Marker offers a clear, cost-effective, and flexible option for custom wire marking needs wherever 120 volt power is available.
Correct wire identification is crucial to assembly projects, especially when dealing with multiple wires. The Hz2.1 Hot Stamp Wire Marker is designed to use heat with imprint foil to emboss the thousands of possible alpha and numeric combinations onto wires, making a professional looking, permanent imprint similar to that of expensive automated machines.
Flexibility is crucial to many assembly projects. Wires are not always easily accessible, especially to bulkier automated wire marking systems. Until now, these wires had to be marked with expensive preprinted labels or heat shrink sleeves, costing up to 10 cents each. Now, these wires and other custom projects can be permanently marked with a convenient hand-held tool weighing approximately 3 pounds and measuring 9" x 2" x 11.5". The Hz2.1 Hot Stamp Wire Marker not only solves the problem of being able to take the marker to the wire but also makes each imprint for a fraction of a penny based on a $49 foil roll making up to 20,000 imprints.
The flexibility, mobile application, economic efficiency, excellent readability and permanent lasting, oil resistant marking make this a favorite tool for custom manufacturer's and their field service departments.
Learn more at http://www.emcsolutions.com/hz2.html or call us at (801) 366-4100. Email Blake Nichols at snipped-for-privacy@emcsolutions.com for a free quote.
Energy Management Corporation is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, with field offices in Denver, Boise, Idaho Falls, and Portland. They focus on Motors, Drives, Generators, and Electrical Asset Management. Visit the website for more information (http:// www.emcsolutions.com)
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