Diaphragm valves provide precision micro-shot dispensing of liquids such as cyanoacrylates, solvents, electrolytes, alcohols, and acids. A single-part diaphragm and seal separates the wetted parts for reduced maintenance.
Fisnar dispensing valves all require the aid of a valve controller. Most valves require a timed shot of compressed air that will open and close the valve, while some valves require a controller that will actuate the motor in the valve.
Lightweight needle valves are designed for hand-held dispensing of micro-shots and small beads of medium viscosity materials. They are available with stainless steel wetted chambers, plastic or aluminum chambers.
Pinch tube valves are often used for volatile fluids, such as in cyanoacrylate and solvent dispensing. Because the wetted parts are replaceable at a low cost, the valve can also be used with two-part resins and placed at the end of a static mixing nozzle.
Barrel loaders provide an efficient method of transferring greases, epoxies, silicones, solder pastes, and other thixotropic materials into a disposable barrel.
Cartridge pumps are designed to transfer silicone-type fluids from plastic cartridges, using a low-pulse pump design offering the option for manual or automatic dispensing.
In partnership with Fluid Research?, a manufacturer of metering, mixing, and dispensing systems, we offer pail pumps that are designed with piston pump technology.
Reservoirs are used to store and feed bulk fluids. Dispensing reservoirs are top ported for viscosities less than 35,000 cps or bottom ported up to 300,000 cps.