Tough skinned. (Plastics Machinery/Processing).
The C-Spray System features an impinge mix gun that is capable of circulating two component chemicals through the gun impingement rod and back to the supply reservoirs when not spraying. This ensures that pressures do not fluctuate, and lead/lag is eliminated. The system's continuous-flow, precision metering pumps can create impingement pressures up to 3000 psi (207 bar) and combined flow rates from 12 to 40 cc/sec. Heat exchangers between the metering pumps and spray head allow impingement temperatures to be stabilized at 150[degrees]F (65[degrees]C).
The skin applicator, which was on display at NPE 2003, can be programmed by use of a keypad and graphic display. Flow meters or a wet calibration station can be used to control ratio and flow rate, and the C-Spray can be combined with a multi-axis robot to automate the spray process.
Liquid Control Decker, 3030 SW 42nd Ave., Palm City, FL 34990; (772) 283-4004; www.liquidcontrol.com
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|Title Annotation:||Liquid Control Decker launched its high-pressure impinge mix C-Spray reaction injection molding (RIM) gun|
|Comment:||Tough skinned. (Plastics Machinery/Processing).(Liquid Control Decker launched its high-pressure impinge mix C-Spray reaction injection molding (RIM) gun)|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Aug 1, 2003|
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