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Portable Pipe Marker

This fully programmable, portable stamping machine is the ideal solution for permanent marking on metal pipe and tube, cylinders, and other round products. The Portable Pipe Marker uses dot peen marking technology, where a marking pin forms characters, logos, and 2D Data Matrix codes for high-quality and consistent marking.

The marker can store hundreds of marking jobs, each with one or more lines of information. The adjustable fixture uses four compression springs to automatically fit the stamper snugly onto pipe sizes ranging from 0.75″ to 10″ diameter. The maximum height of a mark when marking along the length of pipe is typically 1/4 of the pipe’s diameter.

Easy To Program, Easy To Mark

Information to be marked can be typed on the system’s AC500 touchscreen controller, retrieved from a file, or the operator can scan bar codes on job paperwork for easy, error-free product identification. Once the marking job is loaded, simply position the marker on your pipe and press the start button on the marking head to begin.

Deep Marking

The unit is also available with the ADP12160D Deep Marker head for extra-deep marks on downhole oil tools and other products that require lasting identification.

The Portable Pipe Marker from Pannier uses dot peen stamping technology for permanent marking on metal pipe, cylinders, and other round parts.

Armageddon

Harry Stamper (Bruce Willis) pipe tongs

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Description

An original prop used in the production of Armageddon, the 1998 science fiction disaster picture starring Bruce Willis under the direction of Michael Bay.

These pipe tongs can be seen used by Harry Stamper (Bruce Willis) to choke Colonel Willie Sharp (William Fichtner) as he overpowers him following the remote activation of the nuclear weapon. The large prop tongs are constructed from resin and feature a scissor action designed to grip a pipe with markings to the handles in raised lettering ‘PENNINGTON PNEK-RENCH USA’. The handles of the oversized prop are designed to touch before the hole closes to such a degree that it would not actually choke the actor.

The tongs measure approximately 30″ long and remain in excellent production used condition with some very minor paint loss, overall very fine.

A highly displayable artefact from this Academy Award box office smash.

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