Techcon Systems to Debut Jet Valve & Robotic System in the Midwest at The Assembly Show 2013, Rosemont, IL
The TS9200D Series Jet Tech Valve boasts a diaphragm design unlike anything seen to date in the industry - a single, easily replaceable diaphragm eliminates dynamic fluid seals found in other jets. This unique feature saves users both time and money because it eliminates the seals that otherwise need to be disassembled, cleaned or replaced. The diaphragm design also results in faster cycle rates due to the very small mass of the diaphragm. This innovative design reduces the energy needed to eject a drop of fluid and is adjustable, providing users with a wider, more flexible process window.
The TS9200D Jet Tech non-contact dispense valve is capable of jetting fluid viscosities to 400,000 CPS. Jet Tech's fast jetting action produces up to 300 precise droplets per second, which is a 50 percent increase in through put compared to conventional jets with a 100% increase in accuracy and repeatability 'shot to shot' over conventional valves.
For more information, visit the Techcon Systems team in booth 345 at The Assembly Show or click www.techconsystems.com.
Techcon Systems was established in 1961 to service industrial manufacturing markets and has continued to be a leader in fluid dispensing systems and products. In 1996, OK International acquired Techcon Systems, providing a strong global sales channel, with direct subsidiaries in the UK. Today, Techcon represents OK International's Industrial Product Division. Currently focusing on fluid dispensing systems, Techcon's components are used in medical, automotive, telecommunications, aerospace, and industrial applications worldwide, helping to improve manufacturing processes and increase the customers' bottom lines. Techcon offers an array of fluid dispensing products and provides dispensing components ranging from disposable accessories to complete microprocessor-controlled dispensing systems, and precision valves. For more information, visit the company at www.techconsystems.com.
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