OSTLING MARKING Electrolytic Marking System EU 100
Ostling Electrolytic Marking System EU 100
High quality product marking serves to enhance your company’s image and ensures simple and clear identification. This is becoming increasingly important with quality management (ISA 9000) and corresponding EU regulations.
For direct and permanent marking of products with an electrically conductive surface.
1. Regardless of hardness of the material.
2. Abrasion resistant and durable.
3. Corrosion-free marking.
4. White or black marking depending on the material.
5. Low acquisition and operating costs.
6. Low maintenance.
The EU 100 is a hand-marking device. Products can be labeled easy and quick. The marking is effected by a current pulse which is passed through the embossing of a stencil. An exact copy on the product is the result.
You can choose between AC and DC while marking with the EU 100. Products get a black or white marking according to the material by using AC. Deep markings are made by using DC.
The Hand marking station is a great solution for an even more efficient use. The item is placed on fixing blocks which are mounted on a base plate. The template is set up by using the template holder for markings onto the product. You are also able to create short time templates with our Stencil Printers quickly and flexible on your own for frequently changing texts or if you just want to mark a few parts.
Typical application areas
3. Medical instruments
5. Ball bearings
Strengths of the electrolytic OSTLING systems
1. Economic and permanent marking.
2. Individual graphic design of the templates, e.g. company logos, item numbers, or decorative marking.
3. Even large areas can be marked quickly.
4. For the most varied surface shapes, such as flat, round, concave, convex.
5. Easy to adapt to your needs due to modular product programme.
Ostling EU-100 Standard Accessories:
11.40.4010 Hand Marking Head 401/H, size: A5 – 1 pce.
11.50.0080 Black Felt 44/F 5mm thick, size: A5 – 1 pce.
11.50.0110 Conductive Net Fine, size: A5 – 1 pce.
Electrolyte – 1/4 liter
Aluminum Carrying Case – 1 no.
|Input voltage||230V AC|
|Output voltage||max. 24V AC or DC|
|Dimensions (HxBxD)||155 x 200 x 150 mm|
OSTLING Marking Systems
In the middle of the 18th century, steel experts of Walloon origin migrated from Belgium to northern Sweden. They were called Pierro. In the striving steel district of Sandviken they grew prosperous, purchased a manorial estate and changed their name: OSTLING.
Their interest in technology remained unchanged. They developed machines to rationally harvest turf, reshape steel or produce nails, for example.
This innovative thinking and the motivation of his ancestors shaped the company founder, Rolf Östling. He was born in the port city of Gävle in Sweden. Following his school leaving examinations and his industrial engineering studies, he had the idea of developing a marking system. In a tiny, dark basement, he began in 1968 to build a machine that was purchased by the Sandvik Company, the world’s largest carbide producer.
thus it began.
Innovations such as corrosion-free electrolytes and template material with very long durability promoted further expansion.
In 1978, he moved to Germany (Essen) and founded the company OSTLING Vertriebs GmbH. In 1979, the company headquarters was relocated to Solingen, where the cutlery industry has an international reputation and market potential is conglomerated.
Due to the continuing expansion, primarily in export, a move was made again within Solingen in 1988, in order to satisfy the wish for development and space. The company was renamed to OSTLING Markiersysteme GmbH. The product portfolio in the field of electrolytics encompasses the manual marking stations and extends to semi and fully automatic marking systems. In 1989, the company developed its own pad printing machine and included it in the product portfolio.
The needle embossing system followed in 1993, the inkjet and laser marking system in 1995, and the identification system in 1997. Parallel to this, the foreign sales locations in Switzerland, Singapore, France and the USA were established. At the German headquarters in Solingen, a modern development and production centre was set up to develop hardware and software, among other things.