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Dispensing System suits 2-component adhesives.

Dispensing System suits 2-component adhesives.

MIXPAC S-50 system for 2-component adhesive dispensing works with manually operated dispensers, as well as with battery-powered EZ-mixÂ-®HI hand-held dispensing unit. When used together, users obtain higher flow rate and dispense thicker materials safely. System accommodates volumetric ratios of 1:1, 2:1, 4:1, 10:1, and 3:2.

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Automatic Grease Dispensers reduce downtime.

Automatic Grease Dispensers reduce downtime.

Automatic grease dispensers deliver precise amount of grease to critical machine parts while machinery is running. Units provide variable feed rates lasting from 1-12 months and feed up to 6 lubrication points. Dispensers provide precise metering of lubricant in remote areas up to 30 ft and are equipped with electro-chemical or electro-mechanical drives.

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Adhesive Applicator provides hot-melt bonding.

Adhesive Applicator provides hot-melt bonding.

PowerLineÂ-® applicator, with 6.8 oz melting tank and quick-heating chamber, melts various adhesive types in less than 6 min. Compressed air from 21.8 to 87.0 psi delivers adhesive at controlled, sustainable rate. LED digital control panel, located at base of handle, controls adhesive temperature and power functions. Integrated temperature adjustment function automatically reduces adhesive...

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Applicator Head sprays adhesives and similar fluids.

Applicator Head sprays adhesives and similar fluids.

Mid-Size Electromatic XXXIV applies sprayed patterns in diameters from Â-¼ to 12 in. wide. Applicator head produces spray patterns ranging from fine mist to heavy wet coat by mixing air and fluid as it leaves spray head. All wetted parts are stainless steel with only one moving part containing no seals or packings. Internal 24 Vdc or 120 Vac solenoid coil eliminates need for additional valves...

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Peristaltic Hand Pump converts bottles into dispensers.

Suitable for manual dispense applications, volumetric bottle-top applicator dispenses metered drops of liquid anaerobic threadlockers, retaining compounds, and thread sealants. It mounts onto LoctiteÂ-® 50 ml or 250 ml bottles, converting package into leak-proof, portable dispenser. Adjustable dispense knob provides controlled, consistent dispensing of shots from 0.01 to 0.40 ml, for...

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Printer Applicator features 17 in. powered unwind.

Printer Applicator features 17 in. powered unwind.

Model 3138 includes multi-line digital display with clear and complete error messaging, keypad entry, multi-page memory, and standard velocity compensation, which results in accurate label placement through changes in product speed. Stainless steel and anodized aluminum construction is corrosion resistant for operation in hostile environments. Unit is offered in variety of stroke lengths and is...

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Label Printer Applicator offers conserve-air option.

Label Printer Applicator offers conserve-air option.

Model 250 uses thermal transfer technology to print and apply variable information labels with print speeds up to 12 in. per second and print resolution up to 300 dpi. It can be mounted for top, bottom, or side label application and is available with Zebra, Datamax, or Sato print engines. Conserve Air option shuts off airflow to applicator when it is not needed. Status menu allows operator to...

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Applicator smoothly dispenses adhesives and sealants.

Hand-held model 98026 Syringe Applicator is manually operated and designed for use with any product packaged in 30 ml syringes. Dispenser features pistol configuration for ease of application with ergonomically designed full-hand trigger, which minimizes operator fatigue. Applicator is designed for ease of syringe loading.

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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures
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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures

Locon Sensor Systems offer robust sensor solutions for even the most severe environmental conditions. Their line of high-temp inductive sensors and their cylindrical photoelectric series can operate in temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius. See our video to learn more.

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