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Description

The FIS 710PTLF Pinch Tube Dispensing Valve is engineered for precise control of semi-viscous liquids including mixed two-part component fluids and cyanoacrylate adhesives. The only part of the valve making contact with the fluid being dispensed is the pinch tube assembly, which is easily replaced and disposable.

Material can be fed to the valve from syringes, cartridges or pressure pots. The pinch valve is controlled by a dispenser and can be easily fitted to a benchtop robot.

IJF 710PTNM and FIS SL101

 

Features & Benefits

  • Disposable valve tube and feed tubes
  • Suitable for low viscosity fluids
  • Ideal for two-part epoxies and cyanoacrylate adhesives
  • Simple to use and maintain

Applications

Micro-shot applications of low to semi-viscous materials, like:

  1. superglues
  2. anaerobic adhesives
  3. UV curing adhesives
  4. solvents
  5. inks
  6. paints
  7. activators
  8. primers

Operation

IJF700PTPCW dispensing pinch tube pen mechanism diagram

When “closed”, a moulded polyethylene tube assembly (supplied) is pinched shut (B). When air is applied to the valve by the valve controller, the pinch is relieved and material flows. This may be a timed shot if desired, or manually controlled. Flow rate can be controlled by an adjustment screw.

Material can be fed to the valve (A) from syringes, cartridges or pressure pots. One end of the pinch tube assembly has a female luer lock fitting which accepts our full range of dispensing tips (C). The valve can be controlled from our dispensers like the FIS SL101.

Ordering Information

Part number Description
FIS710PTLF Pinch Tube Dispensing Valve
IJF580037 Pinch Tube Assembly – polyethylene – 0.10″ ID – clear
IJF580037-A-BLK Pinch Tube Assembly – polyethylene – 0.10″ ID – black
IJF580038 Pinch Tube Assembly – polyethylene – 0.07″ ID
  • Last updated: January 2017
  • Version: 3.1

Statements, technical information and recommendations contained herein are based on tests we believe to be reliable but they are not to be construed in any manner as warrantees expressed or implied. The user shall determine the suitability of the product for his intended use and the user assumes all risk and liability whatsoever in connection therewith.