Jetting is a process-safe and resource-saving method for dispensing liquids and pastes. The material is pressed with uniform pressure from the cartridge
into a dispensing chamber. There, a moving piston accelerates the dispensed amount and jets the material through a nozzle onto the substrate, similar to an inkjet printer.
an inkjet printer.
The dispensing chamber is air-conditioned and thus keeps the viscosity of the medium approximately constant at the time of dispensing. Viscosity fluctuations in the cartridge are thus
are thus compensated. The emptying of the cartridge is also significantly better than with conventional dispensing methods. In contrast to the pressure pulse
pressure pulse process is low and constant. In addition, no vertical movement of the system is required for the dispensing process. Consequently, there is also no segregation
in the cartridge.
The AeroJet is not only process-safe, but also impresses with minimal process times. Thanks to the reduced Z-stroke, dispensing takes only a few milliseconds.
milliseconds: up to 333 dots/s are possible. This means that dispensing cycle times can be significantly reduced.
The medium to be dispensed only contaminates the exchangeable dosing chamber and the dosing plunger and can be adapted to the special features of a variety of media by exchanging them.
media by replacing them.
In addition, there are still some variants:
AeroJet Standard for low to medium viscosity materials
AeroJet Solder for low to high viscosity materials
AeroJet Anaerobic for anaerobic adhesives
AeroJet HotMelt with special heating for HotMelt adhesives
Technical Data AeroJet (Deviations possible depending on the material to be dispensed)
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