EZ-Read Poly Test Dyne Pen (38-40 dyne) - Red

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  • 38 to 40 Dyne range quick check pen
  • Intended as a quick reference for line operators to check for treatment on plastic substrates
  • The simplest, most user friendly, easiest to read dyne test pen on the market

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Product Details

The Jemmco EZ-Read Poly Test Pen is a 38 to 40 Dyne Range Pen. The Jemmco EZ-Read Poly Test Pen contains an alcohol based liquid that produces quick results, making it perfect as a quick reference for line operators to check for treatment. The Jemmco EZ-Read Poly Test Pen is commonly used by film extruders, who are looking to assure a minimum treatment of 38 Dynes. Overall, the Jemmco EZ-Read Poly Test Pen is the simplest, most user friendly, easiest to read dyne test pen on the market. The Jemmco EZ-Read Poly Test Pen is available individually or in boxes containing 16 pens per box. The expected shelf life of our EZ-Read Poly Test Pens is one year, however this may vary based on use, exposure to the atmosphere and storage conditions.

  • Available individually or in boxes containing 16 pens per box
  • Expected shelf life is one year, however this may vary based on use, exposure to the atmosphere and storage conditions

How it Works

Intended as a quick reference for line operators, the Jemmco EZ-Read Poly Test Pens are an easy way to check for treatment on plastic substrates. This unique pen, when applied to a substrate, produces a solid, easy to see, blue or red (depending on ink color) stripe. If the substrate is at a level equal to or higher than the 38 to 40 Dynes, the solid stripe will hold. If the treat treatment is less than 38 to 40, the stripe will fade away, within five seconds after applying. 

It is also commonly used by printers and laminators, who are trying to determine the treated side of the substrate, during set up.

Instructions

First, draw a line on your substrate using Jemmco's EZ-Read Poly Test Pen.

If the substrate is at a level equal to or higher than 38-40 Dyne, the solid stripe will hold.

If the substrate is at a level below 38-40 Dyne, the stripe will fade away within five seconds.