Automated Water-Based Flux Dispenser is built for reliability.

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Designed with progressing cavity pump technology, FX-101-AR automatically manages fluxes while providing months of production before maintenance is due. Dedicated system completely eliminates manual handling of fluxes and provides resistance to abrasive fillers as well as acidic chemistries. Custom urethane dispensing systems can be built for ratios of 1:1 to 20:1 and flow rates from 1 g/sec to 6 Lpm or more. System dispenses fluid viscosities from 1 cp (water) to over 1 million cp.



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Fluid Research Introduces Reliable Automatic Dispensing of Water-Based Fluxes



Tustin, CA - Fluid Research Corporation (FRC), a leading innovator and manufacturer of precision dispensing equipment, has introduced the FX-101-AR, a dedicated water-based flux dispensing system.

The durable FX-101-AR automatically manages fluxes while providing months of reliable production before maintenance is due. Designed with FRC's proprietary progressing cavity pump technology, the FX-101-AR completely eliminates manual handling of fluxes and provides excellent resistance to abrasive fillers and acidic chemistries.

"Highly accurate dispensing combined with low maintenance requirements translate to a low cost of ownership with the highest reliability," says Michael Mummert, FRC's Director of Sales and Marketing. "Add decreased labor costs, reduced material waste, improved worker safety, and increased productivity and the FX-101-AR is a real boost to the bottom line."

The FRC advantage is in solving diverse and complex fluid management problems with highly customized solutions. Custom urethane dispensing systems can be built for ratios of 1:1 to 20:1 and flow rates from 1 gram/sec to 6 liters/min or greater. FRC is able to dispense fluid viscosities from 1 cP (water) to over 1 million cP.

About Fluid Research
Fluid Research Corporation is a recognized leader in the engineering and manufacturing of meter, mix and dispense equipment for both single and plural component reactive materials including epoxy, polyurethanes, silicones, acrylics, adhesives, paints, pastes, abrasive materials and more. FRC equipment is used in potting, encapsulation, coating, resin transfer molding (RTM), structural bonding, gasket forming, filter manufacturing, doming and sealing operations, and many other applications.

FRC serves a variety of industries including electrical, electronic, medical, aerospace, marine, white goods, leisure, food, communications, automotive, and other markets. FRC customers range in size from Fortune 500 businesses to small, niche market organizations. FRC specializes in highly customized systems for complex applications but also offers standardized solutions for more common needs.

For more information, visit www.fluidresearch.com.

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