Vertical Hand-Held Fluid Valves Improve Dispensing

Noria news wires, Noria Corporation
Tags: lubricant storage and handling

Sealant Equipment & Engineering Inc.'s new 1270-857 Series Pneumatic Vertical Handle mounted Kiss dispense valves are ideal for dispensing low- to high-viscosity one-component adhesives, sealants and lubricant materials. The manual valve is used in repetitive fluid-dispensing applications where operators dispense beads or drops of material in adhesive bonding or component sealing applications.

The manual dispense valve assembly consists of a Kiss fluid-dispense valve (either Snuf-Bak, No-Drip or Tip-Seal), a four-way pneumatic valve to start and stop fluid flow, a mounting bracket for attaching to a tool balance and a low-force trigger for the operator. The trigger grip is designed to reduce trigger pull effort and increase operator grip comfort.

The Kiss valve is designed to dispense viscous materials such as polyurethane, silicone, heat cure mastics, PVCs and grease. Material is delivered to the Kiss dispense valve by either a metering assembly or under regulated pressure from supply tanks or pumps available from Sealant Equipment & Engineering.

Sealant Equipment is a leading manufacturer of manual and automated meter-mix dispense systems and fluid-dispense valves registered to ISO 9001:2000. The company designs, manufactures and integrates precision-engineered systems and equipment to meter, mix and dispense a wide variety of one- and two-component adhesives, sealants and lubricants for manual and robotic dispensing applications.


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