Can Heves be used with UV Fiber Lasers?

Yes the 8000 and 9000 series can but not the 7000 series.

Can Heves be used on Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS)?

Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) is a silicon. Heves will not stick to silicon.

My Heves arrived and the liquid has thickened. How do I fix this?

Heves must not be stored in hot conditions. If so it will dry out. You can dilute the liquid with some distilled wáter. Please shake well when you recieve your order.

I want to mark onto Apple watchbands which are 316 SS. What products are suitable?

HEVES 8100, HEVES 8200 and HEVES 9000 is suitable for the watchbands.

Can I mix colours to créate new colours?

Yes only with the 8000 series.

What is the difference between the HEVES 7007, 7011, 7015 and 8102?

All 4 are designed to work on bare metals. 7007 is specifically for stainless Steel as it has a very strong bond. It is also suitable for all other types of bare metals, alloys etc. 7011 can also be used on the same materials but the bond is not as strong on SS. 7015 & 8102 are suitable for all types of metals including Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Aluminum and Alpaca alloys, Bronze, Brass, Chrome, Nickel, Titanium, Tungsten, etc but not gold.

What power is recommended for metal marking with 7007 & 7011?

We recommend 20W or more for metal marking.

What type of laser do you recommend for 7007, 7015 & 8102?

The HEVES 7015 and 8102 use any type of laser including Diode lasers, such as Yag / Nd, Fiber or the modern DLLV (Visible Light Laser Diode). 7015 needs less energy than the HEVES 7007, works 3 times faster on Stainless Steel. 8102 still needs a lot less power for its operation than the others. This product requires so little energy and is so fast that it can still work with laser machines of 5 Watts of Visible Light Laser Diodes

Is the mark on metals permanent?

7007, 7011 & 7015 give a permanent mark onto metal.

Do you offer samples for testing?

No we don’t. Provided you use the product correctly it will perform as stated.

What medical procedure should we follow in the event of exposure?

First Aid Measures
Eyes: If eye contact, irrigate eyes immediately with plenty of running water for at least 15 minutes. Hold eyelids open to ensure you are rinsing the entire surface of the eye. Get immediate medical attention.
Skin: If skin contact, clean affected area immediately with a dry towel. Wash with large amounts of running water and soap for 15 minutes. Remove contaminated clothing wearing this. Get immediate medical attention. Discard or wash contaminated clothing well before reuse.
Inhalation: If inhaled move to fresh air immediately. Get emergency medical attention if symptoms of respiratory irritation or if breathing becomes difficult. Or is not breathing, give artificial respiration immediately.
Ingestion: Swallowing at least 3 or 4 glasses of water, but do not induce vomiting. Never give anything if the person is unconscious or convulsions. Get medical attention.