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Iron and steel

Industrial marking for different applications in the iron and steel industry

MARKING TECHNOLOGY

Dot peen

Speed, mark depth, and reliability . The technology they use makes them the fastest on the market.

Scribe

Silent, effective marking that uses a tungsten carbide or diamond needle, providing a precise, deep result.

Laser

COUTH laser marking is high-speed. The stability of its output power provides high, long-lasting performance over time.

SECTORS

MARKING IN THE IRON AND STEEL SECTOR

COUTH® offers the best marking technology for different applications in the iron and steel sector. In the process to manufacture ingots, bars, and/or laminated steel, the depth of the hot mark (high temperatures) or cold mark is one of the most important requirements. The materials must be able to withstand later treatment or machining, and the mark must remain visible for identification and traceability. COUTH® develops and manufactures deep-marker machines that make a permanent mark with machines that can be added to production lines, robots, etc., as turnkey solutions.

PIEZAS

PARTS FOR THE IRON AND STEEL SECTOR

HOT MARKING

COUTH® supplies marking solutions in the most difficult settings, such as marking metal or steel parts at over 900°C with special care for the quality and depth of the legible mark, even after the cooling process.

METALLIC STRUCTURES

COUTH® offers different solutions for marking metallic structures.

It is mandatory to meet certain characteristics to obtain the EC mark based on the EN1090 standard. COUTH® offers different solutions for marking metal profiles, with dot peen, scribe, and laser.

STEEL TOWERS

COUTH® offers ad-hoc solutions to mark steel profiles on high-voltage towers.

In the vast majority of cases, a deep mark is needed, because they are later coated. This coating is necessary to meet EC mark regulations, where components exposed to the weather must meet durability conditions defined in standard EN1090-2.

RAILS

Just like many other parts in the iron and steel sector, train rails can be marked hot or cold.

COUTH® marker units can make a deep mark at a great speed. Since the machine can be integrated into the rails’ production process, cycle times are shorter, meaning the investment amortises much faster.

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