piston pump bulk melters from Nordson
Corp. deliver consistent dispensing of sealants, mastics or adhesives to insulated
glass production. Piston pumps provide constant pressure with variable flow
and are useful for intermittent dispensing applications. The "open" design of
this high pressure melter supports high viscosity materials and the large
volume outputs required in secondary sealing of insulated glass units.
These melters offer quick,
easy installation on linear extruders as well as most other edge sealers. VersaDrum
melters support manual systems for forth corner patch or handgun use. Easy-to-use
controls and status-at-a-glance indicators simplify programming and operation. A
7-day clock allows automatic daily startup and shutdown.
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I have used this pump before on a few projects. It worked especially well for thick, sticky fluids that most other pumps, especially magnetic drive pumps couldn't handle. I definately recommend this product.
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