Dispensers are available with a variety of features, from manual controlled to automatic dispensers for adhesive dispensing, cyanoacrylate, UV resin, silicone, RTV and anaerobic dispensing. An air powered dispenser operates on time and air pressure whereas a peristaltic pump is a mechanical dispenser or volumetric dispenser and positively displaces a fluid.
Our positive-displacement, all-electric Hot Melt systems are designed to provide the ultimate in temperature controlled thermoplastic delivery and dispensing for industrial applications using pressure sensitive adhesives, contact adhesives, waxes and sealants. Machine options are available for non-adhesive processing applications that require ultra-clean delivery.
In dispensing applications, there is often the issue of bubbles being contained in the material dispensed. These bubbles may cause dispensing defects and inconsistencies which may hinder product quality. Our Centrifugal Deaerator eliminates bubbles to obtain the optimal dispensing performance.
Our Spray Coating System is a programmable selective coating system that allows you to dispense only on required areas to reduce cycle time and eliminate the need for masking. It comes with various types of spray heads to cater to different coating material and spraying profile.
Many adhesives, polyurethane, resins and epoxies are supplied as two-part formulations and require precision meter mix machines to handle the metering of the component parts. Meter mix machines are available as gear pump systems for lower viscosities and perhaps larger volumes and piston pump machines are for higher viscosity fluids and materials with filler.
Special Precision Dispensing systems are available with different working principals and a wide variety of features for adhesive dispensing, cyanoacrylate, UV resin, silicone, RTV and anaerobic dispensing. Different working principals enable each system to provide continuous, accurate and volumetric dispensing.
Valves are selected by fluid viscosity, fluid content and the purpose that the valve will be used for. Spool valves are for high viscosity materials. Poppet valves perform smaller shots sizes. Diaphragm valves are for volatile fluids and UV resins. Pinch-tube valves handle volatiles and cyanoacrylates. Needle valves are for dots and auger valves are for high viscosity fluids such as solder paste applications.
All dispensing applications output at a dispensing needle, EET offers a large selection of tip and needle types including tapered tips, Teflon tips, needle tips, blunt end tips and stainless steel tips, all with luer lock fittings. Dispensing barrels or syringes are available in 3, 5, 10, 30 and 35cc sizes. A range of nozzles and cartridges are stocked for larger volumes of liquids.