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Aero #1250 quick dry marking ink allows fast drying on non-porous surfaces.  Comes in a 8

#1250 Aero Marking Ink - 8 oz Black or White Ink

SKU: AERO1250
 
  • Aero #1250 Quick Dry Marking Ink
  • 8 ounce Bottle
  • Fast Drying & General Purpose Ink that Meets Military and Government Specifications
  • Great Ink for Drying on Non-Porous Surfaces
  • Comes in either White or Black Ink
  • Not compatible with self-inking stamps
  • Dry time approx. 90-120 seconds
  • Certificate of Compliance included with shipment
#1250 Aero Quick Dry Marking Ink. Fast drying ink will dry on non-porous surfaces. Used heavily by the aircraft industry particularly for marking aluminum parts. Aero Ink is also very good at marking mylar and chrome coated labels.

PLEASE NOTE: This ink must ship UPS Ground or USPS First Class Mail. UPS Next Day, 2nd Day and 3rd Day are not allowed. You will automatically be refunded the difference for ground shipping. 

    Product Options and Custom Information
    SizeSite PriceQty
    8 oz BLACK Ink$42.95
    8 oz WHITE Ink$42.95

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    #1250 Aero BLACK Ink Military and Government Specs:
    This ink conforms to FED STD 595C Color #37038 and the performance requirements listed in government specifications A-A-00208D Type I and IV Class B on the condition that due care is given to application operation.  All inks must be shaken well on a regular basis to preserve the integrity of the mixture.

    #1250 Aero WHITE Ink Military and Government Specs:
    This ink conforms to FED STD 595C Color #37875 and the performance requirements listed in government specifications A-A-00208D Type I and IV Class B on the condition that due care is given to application operation.  All inks must be shaken well on a regular basis to preserve the integrity of the mixture.