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The 7020000-2LPKG includes the 7020000 manual diaphragm valve, material line, the 7011010-2L - 2 liter open top reservoir, and a desktop stand to hold the valve when not in use. Requires clean compressed air up to 100psi. This system is intended for manual user control only, for dispensing low to medium viscosity flow-able material. Flux, Cyanoacrylates, Paints and more.
REQUIRES A LINER - DO NOT DIRECT POUR. Most customers will use the bottle that the material comes in, set it directly inside, drop the feed tube in, and then pressurize.
Availability: From 2 - 4 week build time. Need multiple units? Contact IDS directly for a quote. Note: Know your material! Always confirm compatibility. Viscosity Range: 1 cps - 20,000 cps
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SHIPPING COST INCLUDED IN PRICE - anywhere in the Continental USA that can receive UPS Ground shipments.
The DPAV-200DAK-PKG is a benchtop or automation capable auger dispensing valve and the 7070000 Servo Valve controller that can connect to a robot with an IO cable or used manually with a foot pedal trigger. This unit is a stand-mounted DPAV-200 Servo Driven Auger Valve fed by a 55cc pneumatic syringe and includes a sample kit of various needle sizes. It is provided with the 8 gauge pitch unless otherwise requested. Larger reservoirs are available to upgrade. Contact an IDS representative for a quote.
Requires regulated compressed air lines up to 100PSI for each unit to function. 115V or 230V power supply. Intended for high accuracy small dot or line deposits, even if the material thickens over time or changes in thickness from batch to batch. Perfect for Solder Paste, flux, and other filled materials.
Availability: 2 - 4 week build time. Need multiple units? Contact IDS directly for a quote. If you have never used this system with your material, be sure to speak with an IDS employee before ordering to confirm the compatibility. Minimum material viscosity: 25,000cps
Are you wondering how to dispense glue, adheasives, epoxies, solder paste, RTV, grease, silicone or other assembly fluids? The right dispenser will depend on the material viscosity, the individual shot size, the total volume dispensed in a day or shift, and the accuracy you are trying to achieve. We can help you in a variety of ways.
Over the past 20 years, dispensing technology has evolved from benchtop and foot-pedal-controlled equipment, to semi- and fully automated high-performance valves and dispensing robots. Manufacturers have embraced automation for several reasons. Automated dispensers are cost-effective and easy to implement. They also increase production, improve quality and reliability, reduce worker fatigue, and provide a cleaner, safer working environment.
A semiautomatic dispensing system maintains consistent shot size by allowing the user to enter trigger points for pressure, time and vacuum settings. Assemblers only need to program the controller once for each fluid and job. The system displays dispensing parameters to simplify control.
Consistent shot size lowers material cost by reducing fluid waste and overall fluid consumption. This can be critical, as some materials, such as silver-filled epoxies, cost several hundred dollars per ounce. Systems that can reliably dispense these expensive materials are critical to a manufacturer’s profitability. Automated dispensers prevent dispensing in the wrong location, eliminating part cleaning or rework — both of which lessen productivity, increase cost, and increase the chances of part failure.
Material Viscosity (In Centipoise)
Water @ 70°F 1-5
Blood or Kerosene 10
Anti-Freeze or Glycol 15
Motor Oil (10) or Corn Oil 50-100
Motor Oil (30) or Maple Syrup 150-200
Motor Oil (40) or Castor Oil 250-500
Motor Oil (60) or Glycerin 1,000-2,000
Karo Corn Syrup or Honey 2,000-3,000
Blackstrap Molasses 5,000-10,000
Hershey Chocolate Syrup 10,000-25,000
Heinz Ketchup or Mustard 50,000-70,000
Peanut butter 150,000-250,000
Crisco or Lard 1,000,000-2,000,000
Caulking compound 5,000,000-10,000,000
Window Putty 10,000,000+
*Please use these tables for approximation only.
The approximate volume of a single dot:
Inches Dots MM Volume CC
0.020" 0.51 mm 0.00003cc/ml
0.030" 0.76 mm 0.0001cc/ml
0.040" 1.02 mm 0.0003cc/ml
0.050" 1.27 mm 0.0005cc/ml
0.070" 1.78 mm 0.001cc/ml
0.090" 2.29 mm 0.003cc/ml
0.110" 2.79 mm 0.006cc/ml
0.130" 3.30 mm 0.009cc/ml
0.150" 3.81 mm 0.014cc/ml
0.170" 4.31 mm 0.021cc/ml
0.190" 4.83 mm 0.029cc/ml
0.220" 5.59 mm 0.046cc/ml
0.240" 6.09 mm 0.059cc/ml
0.260" 6.60 mm 0.075cc/ml
0.400" 10.16 mm 0.275cc/ml
0.500" 12.70 mm 0.536cc/ml
0.750" 19.05 mm 1.810cc/ml
Volume of Lines in Volume per Linear Inch
If line diameter is: CC/ML Per Inch Volume:
(1/16") in diameter 0.050cc/ml0.0937"
(3/32") in diameter 0.113cc/ml0.1250"
(1/8") in diameter 0.201cc/ml0.1875"
(3/16") in diameter 0.453cc/ml0.250"
(1/4") in diameter 0.805cc/ml0.3125"
(5/16") in diameter 1.257cc/ml0.375"
(3/8") in diameter 1.810cc/ml0.500"
(1/2") in diameter 3.218cc/ml0.625"
(5/8") in diameter 5.028cc/ml0.750"
(3/4") in diameter 7.242cc/ml