CerMark LMM-14 Aerosol$65.00 USD
- $65.00 USD|
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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.
- 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. TherMark does not add any additional charges for ground shipping of this product, but 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 is not available!
- LJS Ships all Metal Marking Compound (LMM-6000 and LMM-14) via FedEx Ground unless otherwise indicated.
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.