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New 2600-019 series Color Change Valves series improve performance

Published on 2007-06-01. Author : SpecialChem

PLYMOUTH, MI -- Sealant Equipment & Engineering introduces their new 2600-019 series Color Change Valves which improve dispensing and operating performance for the user. The new line of Color Changes Valve assemblies includes their No-Drip® fluid valves for color control. The Color Change Valve assembly consists of two or more color valves and a flush valve which allow colored fluids to merge into one manifold and common applicator where a selected color is dispensed. The manifold and applicator is flushed before each new color is introduced.

New 2600-019 series Color Change Valves series improve performance

Three design features of the 2600-019 series Color Change Valves are Quick-Change™ color and flush valves, stainless steel wetted components and carbide needles and seats in the color and flush control valves. The Quick-Change design allows replacement in less than 2 minutes, stainless steel materials allows use with corrosive materials and carbide components ensure longer production life.

Color Change Valve assemblies accept multi-colored paints, coatings, epoxies, urethanes, silicones, PVC's and a wide variety of other multi-colored fluids where one applicator is desired. The No-Drip Quick-Change color and flush valves are double air operated to ensure positive start-stop of the fluid. Multi-colored materials are delivered to the Color Change Valve manifold by either a metering assembly or under regulated pressure from supply tanks or pumps available from Sealant Equipment & Engineering, Inc.

Sealant Equipment & Engineering produces the industry's largest selection of precision fluid dispense valves. The company designs, manufactures and integrates precision-engineered meter-mix dispense systems and equipment to supply, proportion, control, meter, mix and dispense a wide variety of one-, two- and three-component adhesives, sealants, lubricants and other materials.

Source: Sealant Equipment & Engineering


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