Industrial Etching Process
Original Equipment Manufacturers use etched nameplates and tags that withstand the test of time. Etched nameplates and tags are most commonly made out of aluminum, stainless steel and brass metals that are used for marking equipment, serialization, machine identification and rating tags.
The etching process involves using a chemical resist to remove targeted areas of a particular metal. The etched areas can be filled with a wide variety of rich colored paints, enamels or left blank for a more natural look.
Roemer has the capability for etching and deep etching processes that provide permanence and legibility after many years of chemical abrasion, UV exposure, salt water spray and harsh environment exposure.