Techcon Releases Dispenser for Hassle-free Dispensing of 50ml Dual Syringes


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Techcon has announced the release of its new 50ml Dual Syringe Dispenser designed for hassle-free dispensing of 50ml dual syringes. The new Dual Syringe Dispenser can accommodate conveniently packaged 50ml side-by-side syringes, in ratios 1:1, 2:1, 4:1 and 10:1.  

A secure attachment adaptor ensures quick changeover when the dual syringe is empty. Operation is achieved through pulsed air pressure from a TS250 or TS350 Series dispenser. The dispensers on board vacuum function can be activated when the dual pistons require retraction for syringe changeover.

The multi configurable robot integration bracket allows effortless semi-automated use, with the option of using the system with any of Techcon’s disposable path valves—TS1212, TS5624DMP or TS5000DMP-SR-DCX.  Additionally, a hanging ring is provided to store the tool when not in use.

Techcon also offers a complete line of consumables, which includes dispensing tips, syringes, cartridges and nozzles.

About Techcon

Since 1961, Techcon has provided precision fluid and adhesive dispensing equipment to a range of service industries, including industrial assembly, aerospace, military, material packaging, medical device and electronics. Techcon products are renowned for their superior accuracy and durability, yielding improved industrial hygiene and enhanced productivity. Our latest innovation is an automatic robotic dispensing system, designed to reduce human error and further increase precision, while providing IoT features such as uploadable instructional files and remote monitoring/troubleshooting. Backed by our expert engineering team, Techcon, an OK International company, is delivering smarter, cleaner, more durable solutions.  To learn more about Techcon, visit www.techcon.com.

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