Techcon to Demo New Jet Valve Dispensing System at productronica


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Techcon, a leader in precision fluid dispensing technologies, plans to exhibit in Hall A2, Booth 135 at productronica, scheduled to take place Nov. 12-15, 2019 at the Neue Messe München in Munich, Germany. The company will showcase its new TS9800 Series Jet Valve Dispensing System, TS8100 Series Progressive Cavity Pump and TSR2000 Smart Dispensing Robots.

The TS9800 Series Jet Valve Dispensing System includes the TS9800 Piezo-actuated jet valve and TS980 Smart Controller.  Unlike pneumatic jet valves and other contact dispensing solutions, the TS9800 Jet Valve utilizes Piezo, non-contact jetting technology for increased speed and reduced scrap during the dispensing process.  

The Techcon TS9800 Jet Valve provides ultra-fast dispensing speeds and the capability to dispense dots and lines as small as 0.5nL at up to 1500 Hz continuous and 2000 Hz max bursts for higher throughput on a wide range of fluid types and viscosities.

The TS8100 Series Positive Displacement Pump is designed to dispense a wide range of fluids, from low viscosity coatings to high viscosity greases. Typical applications include under filling PCBA components, encapsulation and potting applications, applying lubrication on automotive parts, and dispensing pastes and flux.

TSR2000 Series Smart Dispensing Robots are designed specifically for precise fluid dispensing applications and are compatible with all valve types and controllers. The user-friendly, smart PC based software make the robots easy to program and simple to operate.

“From a general assembly manufacturer looking to automate an existing dispensing application, to an engineer designing a production process from the very beginning, the Techcon smart dispensing robots offer unsurpassed value in automated precision fluid dispensing,” said Rick Nuttall, Director of European Sales for Techcon.

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