We offer a selection of pumps to meet the needs of most fluids used in Electronics manufacturing.
Precision Auger Pump
The versatile Precision Auger Pump dispenses small-to-large quantities with an interchangeable auger. Using an 062 auger, dots down to 150µm (0.150mm) used for 01005 components are easily achieved. Wetted parts are machined from carbide for high wear resistance to abrasive liquids.
Compatibility with the Real Time Process Control (FPC) system gives you a closed loop process. If your applications require mid-to-high viscosity liquids such as glues, conductive and non-conductive adhesives and pastes, the Precision Auger is an excellent choice. Read more about Precision Auger Pump.
Pump Integration now available - retrofit / integrate Precision Auger pump into third party system.
Proprietary progressive-cavity dispense pump for continuously volumetric dispensing. Outstanding capabiltiies for low-to-mid/high viscosity liquids. No drip or drool and repeatable results over the entire pot life of the liquid. Read more about Volumetric Pumps.
PCD Pump Integration now available - retrofit / integrate Volumetric PCD pumps into third party system.
2-Part Mixing Pumps
The continuous volumetric PCD 2-part mixing pump (2K or Bi Component) is based on volumetric Progressive Cavity Displacement (PCD) technology. The 2-component mixer is a volumetric pump that pushes parts A+B fluid through a static mixer. The mixing head functions valve-free. Read more about 2-Part Mixing Pumps.
2-Part Pump Integration now available - retrofit / integrate Volumetric 2-Part Mixing pumps into third party system.
We offer a selection of pumps to meet the needs of most liquids used in Electronics manufacturing. Read more about NCM5000 Jetting Pump.
Pump Integration now available - retrofit / integrate Jetting NCM5000 pump into third party system.
Time Pressure Dispensing
Time pressure is a versatile method of dispensing that functions across a wide range of viscosities. The time pressure dispensing method works by applying pressure to the syringe. The pressure pulse is monitored by the system software and a pressure controller. With an appropriate fluid and nozzle configuration, very fine and repeatable dots and lines can be dispensed. Read more about Time Pressure Dispensing.