Precision Meter Systems for high-volume, two-part dispensing

  • June 26, 2006
  • Sealant Equipment & Engineering, Inc.
  • News
June 26, 2006 - PLYMOUTH, MI--Servo-Flo® 488 two-component fixed-ratio meter-mix dispense system is ideal for automated or manual high-volume dispensing applications. The servomotor design is ideal for manufacturers wanting one system to dispense small, medium and large volumes of a mixed material for different-sized part batches or extruded bead sizes.The Servo-Flo 488 positive rod-displacement meter system can be used as a shot meter from as small as 3 cc to 1400 cc and as a continuous-flow dispensing meter for infinite volume sizes of two-part epoxies, urethanes, silicones and acrylics. The servomotor design provides fixed-rate or variable-flow rate profiling, which varies the dispense rate on-ratio as needed to optimize filling operations, meet bead-diameter requirements and automation tip-speeds.Three levels of operator interface controls are available to handle any meter-mix production-dispensing application. The system’s operator-interface control quickly sets output flow rates and adjusts material-volume settings. The automation or the operator can select different stored-flow and volume programs for different product-dispensing requirements.The meter system accepts low- to high-viscosity materials and is supplied by pumps or pressure tanks. The Servo-Flo 488 meter, control panel and supply can be floor-mounted, portable-cart mounted or enclosed in a cabinet with many dispensing features.Sealant Equipment & Engineering, Inc., a leading manufacturer of precision meter, mix and dispense systems and fluid-dispense valves, is registered to ISO 9001:2000. The company designs, manufactures and integrates precision-engineered systems to supply, proportion, control, meter, mix and dispense a wide variety of one-, two- and three-component adhesives, sealants, lubricants and other materials. Learn More

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