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Fluid Research Intros New 2-Part Dispensing System
2-part fluid dispensing system.
Tustin, CA — FRC, Fluid Research Corporation, has unveiled its all new N-1000 2-part, precision meter mix and dispensing solution. The innovative new N-1000 Series, available in both horizontal and vertical configurations, is a benchtop, positive displacement, 2-component dispensing system, designed around an aggressively priced platform.

The N-1000H and N-1000V are suitable for low-volume dispensing with no automation integration. The N-1000 Series uses digital controls for reliable adjustment of rate, ratio and dispense time. Available in both variable and fixed ratio configurations and two drive motor options, the units use precision progressing cavity pumps to provide accurate mixing and continuous flow of Epoxy, silicone and urethane materials with repeatable results for each dispense.

The economical N-1000 is built to exacting specifications, drastically reducing cleanup, labor and maintenance. It is well suited to R&D applications for testing various materials. The N-1000 yields consistent, accurate, and repeatable results, every time. Key features include: benchtop horizontal and vertical configurations; mix ratio range — variable 1:1 through 10:1 or fixed 1:1, 2:1, 5:1; accuracy ±<3 percent variable or 5 percent fixed; shot size 0.5cc to 1.5 Gallon; shop air 100PSI <1 CFM; power 100-240VAC single phase, 50/60Hz; digital touchpad interface controls; precision progressing cavity pumps; AC motors and drives; stainless steel hoppers: 1,2, 5 gallon options; designed for easy assembly/disassembly; cost-effective; low maintenance, intuitive controls.

The N-1000 H is being utilized by FRC clients for various applications, including resin transfer molding processing.


Contact: FRC — Fluid Research Corporation, 15775 Gateway Circle, Tustin, CA 92780 714-258-2350 fax: 714-258-2352 E-mail: sales@fluidresearch.com Web:
http://www.fluidresearch.com

 
 
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