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MARKAL Thermomelt
Item #1452931
Model #434-86769
  • Applicable Material: Steel & Iron
  • Application/Usage: Welding, Ship Building & Repair, Bridge Fabrication & Metal Fabrication
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Tempilstik® Temperature Indicating Sticks
Item #SS1071046
  • Available temperature ranges: 100 deg F, 125 deg F, 150 deg F, 175 deg F, 200 deg F, 225 deg F, 250 deg F, 275 deg F, 300 deg F, 350 deg F, 400 deg F, 425 deg F, 450 deg F, 500 deg F, 550 deg F, 600 deg F, 650 deg F, 700 deg F, 750 deg F, 800 deg F, 900 deg F, 1000 deg F and 1100 deg F
  • Accurate results are +/- 1% of rated temperature
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MARKAL Markal Thermomelt Sticks
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Item #1453539
Model #434-86400
  • Weight: 0.08 lbs
  • Application/Usage: Ideal for Appllications Such as Annealing, Forging, Welding, Bending, Forming & Any Place where Temperature Measuring is Necessary
Temperature indicators are indispensable tools to help you keep your welding and heat treatment projects on track. The sticks come in a wide range of temperature points, so you can keep a selection on hand to use with a variety of projects. The results are guaranteed accurate at plus or minus 1 percent of the indicated temperature, ensuring that your metalworking project comes out right.

Easy to Use
Temperature indicators are incredibly easy to use. Simply pick the indicator stick with the temperature point you need to achieve and mark the heated surface. When the mark melts, you'll know the surface temperature has reached the desired level.

Convenient Control
With slip-resistant metal exteriors, temperature indicators are easy to hold and control in your hand while you're working around hot surfaces. Invest in a pair of welding gloves to protect your hands in a way that won't affect your ability to control the temperature stick.

Portable Information
Temperature indicators resemble pens, so you can easily carry one with you in your pocket or bag. You can even carry more than one if you're working with multiple heated surfaces.