Intertronics Launches Fisnar DC100 Programmable Precision Dispenser


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The new Fisnar DC100 has a claim to be the most adjustable and adaptable programmable liquid dispenser on the market. Time/pressure dispensers have been used for decades for the application of adhesives, lubricants, inks, fluxes and a whole host of other materials, controlling the amount delivered in both manual and automated processes.

With an enhanced range of programmable functionality, the Fisnar DC100 is an advance in fluid dispensing technology which allows the user more control over their dispensing applications. Alarms can be set to notify the user when material life has ended or fluctuations in dispensing pressure have occurred. An auto purge function prevents premature curing of the material when the dispenser is not in operation. Air output and vacuum are now digitally displayed and can be set with tolerances to give a more precise dispense. The programming incorporates an easy to use system that saves up to ten programs and provides five different dispensing modes. An I/O connection facilitates integration into pre-existing manufacturing lines. Lockable programs allow the operator to use the Fisnar DC100 without fear of mistakenly modifying programs.

Applications which are demanding the higher precision and control offered by the DC100 include those in medical device manufacturing, electronics, optics and automotive – where material application ranges from small dots to component encapsulation. The extensive capabilities and versatility of the DC100 mean it can be a cost effective answer where engineers are facing multiple dispensing challenges.

For further information please see www.intertronics.co.uk/dc100 or visit their blog at www.adhere.uk.com also click here.  

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