NEW ULTRASOUND MARKER UNIT
COUTH® PRESENTS ITS NEW ULTRASOUND MARKER UNIT AT THE 31ST BIEMH
- COUTH® is adding this new technology to its line of scribe solutions, all while preserving the advantage of low noise levels it is known for.
- Ultrasound marking makes a deep mark that is one-of-a-kind and cannot be falsified.
COUTH® is a leading in industrial marking and traceability solutions. At the 31st BIEMH, held 13-17 June, it introduced its new ultrasound marking solution. This new technology comes as a kit for the scribe unit line, which means it can be added both to new marker units and to those already installed at the end client’s facilities.
The benefits provided by ultrasound marking technology are mainly deeper mark depth, all while preserving the low noise level of scribe solutions and the singularity of the mark, with an iridescent effect that makes it practically unique and impossible to falsify.
COUTH® participated at BIEMH with an 80 m2 stand, with its developments and solutions in laser, dot peen, and scribe technologies, and introduced its new ultrasound scribe marker unit to the market and its clients.
COUTH, which began its activity in 1954, is specialised industrial traceability and marking. It is present in 66 countries, to which it exports 75% of its invoicing.
The solutions offered by COUTH® are based on dot peen, scribe, and laser marking technologies. To develop them, we devote 7% of our revenue to R+D. Our customer orientation and heavy international presence means we are in Germany, Mexico, and China with our own subsidiaries, and in another 66 countries directly or through our distributors.