FIS 790HP-LF High Pressure Dispensing Valve for High Viscosity Liquids: Silicones, RTVs, Greases, Sealants
About FIS 790HP-LF High Pressure Dispensing Valve
The Fisnar 790HP-LF High Pressure Dispensing Valve is designed to dispense high viscosity fluids such as silicones, RTVs, sealants, pastes and greases. The FIS 790HP-LF high pressure valve provides a snap-release shut off after dispensing, creating a suck-back effect that prevents any dripping.
Features & Benefits
- Designed to dispense high viscosity fluids including epoxies, UV adhesives, pastes, grease, silicones, sealants, RTVs
- Suitable for potting/filling
- Ability to dispense in dots, beads/lines, micro dots, micro beads
- High pressure fluid input up to 2500psi
- Available in aluminium or stainless steel
- Suck-back eliminates post-dispense dripping
|Construction||FIS 790HP-LF – Aluminium Valve Body
FIS 790HPSS-LF – Stainless Steel Valve Body
Aluminium inlet & outlet blocks
|Material inlet||1/4″ NPT|
|Air inlet (actuating)||1/4″ NPT|
|Material outlet||1/4″ NPT|
|Air pressure required||50 psi minimum|
|Maximum input pressure||2500 psi|
|Seals||O-ring – viton, seats are glass filled PTFE|
The FIS 790HP-LF is a high pressure dispensing valve which is also known as a “spool valve”. The material to be dispensed is supplied under pressure to the material inlet. The valve is opened and closed pneumatically, typically using a dispensing controller. Applying a minimum of 50 psi to the air inlet will force the internal spool forward, dispensing the material. Releasing the air pressure allows an internal spring to snap the spool back, closing the valve. The spool shape helps to provide a suck back of the material, preventing drips and giving a clean cut-off of the dispense.
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- Last updated: November 2022
- Version: 4.7
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.