CerMark LMM-14 Aerosol$65.00 USD
- $65.00 USD|
- $378.00 USD|$390.00 USD
- $747.50 USD|$780.00 USD
Note: Starting August 1st, 2020, the factory is increasing pricing due to increased manufacturing costs and lower demand from COVID-19. All package prices will adjust accordingly for LMM-14 aerosol cans.
Place your bulk orders by July 31st, 2020, to ensure the greatest savings prior to the factory adjustment.
LMM-14 is one of two general-purpose laser marking compounds recommended for creating a black mark on most metals, specifically specialty metals. The combination of its flexible process window and wide range of applicable substrates makes LMM-14 very easy to use. In general, if you are looking for one laser marking product to keep on your shelf, we recommend LMM-14. LMM-14 dries quickly as a light-gray powder coat and is extremely easy to wash after laser marking. This coat should not be extensively handled prior to laser marking and should be marked shortly after application.
CerMark LMM-14 Aerosol MSDS-Technical Data Sheet
- Stainless Steel
- Stainless Steel - Bright Annealed
- Galvanized Steel
- Chrome Plating
- Nickel Plating
- Gold Plating
- Silver Plating
- LMM-14 aerosol is considered by the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to be “ORM-D” or “Consumer Commodity”. This product may be shipped via ground or air. Ground shipping is the default shipping method for this product. Note, LMM-14 aerosol is subject to an additional $40 hazardous materials packing fee if shipped via air. This is due to regulations around the shipping of pressurized cans on airplanes.
- Overnight Shipping of LMM-14 aerosol may be available with the hazardous material packaging listed above; however, LMM-14 Paste can be shipped via Overnight service without a hazardous charge!
- LJS Ships all Metal Marking Compound (LMM-6000 and LMM-14) via FedEx Ground unless otherwise indicated.
FedEx Ground Transit Times from LJS to U.S. Business Destinations
All LMM-14 products should be stored between 40ºF (5ºC) and 95ºF (35ºC) in a dark, dry place. Aerosol cans should be stored on their side rather than their bottom, as the LMM-14 material can settle and clump together inside the can. Side storage allows for even dispersion upon shaking.
LMM-14 is a water-based material and is environmentally safe and non-hazardous. After laser bonding, any excess, un-bonded material can be washed off the substrate and down the drain into your normal water/sewer waste area. Note: Using hot water and rubbing the substrate surface with rubber or latex gloves works the best with regard to cleaning parts/materials after laser processing.
Unused aerosol cans that are still pressurized should be de-pressurized in a well-ventilated area (the propellants should be completely expelled from the can) and disposed of in your regular trash and solid waste area.