quality and efficiency in process control in fabric and textile
The T.K. Markpen was developed in 1954 as
marking tool for use in dying of fabrics used in processing of
textiles that would not fade or wash out.
By making improvements in response to
diversification of fabric types, and with an increase in the sophistication of
processing technology, the Markpen has been developed with superior
durability to chemicals and and resists dyeing. Even on fabrics
that undergo harsh milling conditions, bleaching or dyeing, any
markings made with T.K. Markpen remain clear.
Since it was first marketed in 1954, the T.K Markpen
has become known throughout the world in the textiles industry for
its efficient use in process control. It does not inhibit the PRTR process, the tube does not break and create
a mess, and it is
produced with consideration to the impact on the environment.
There are two types (standard and special) and
you can chose the thickness of the pen tip (for fine or thick
characters) and color (yellow, black, red).