New Product: Dispense valve

Oct. 11, 2007
The Tridak 775 dispense valve precisely and accurately controls both the amount of material flow and backflow at the end of a dispense cycle.

A lock prevents unwanted changes to the controls. The airoperated 775 valve dispenses difficult, stringy materials. The valve body comes in all-stainless steel or aluminum with a PTFE-impregnated hard-anodized finish. Self-adjusting seals come in either a fluoroelastomer or PTFE. The valve’s shape, mounting configuration, location, and operation of the controls let the valve easily integrate into automated machinery or simple workstations. Available accessories include standard and custom nozzles, nozzle arrays, spray heads, and digital valve controllers.

Tridak, 144B Old Brookfield Rd., Danbury CT 06811, (203) 798-7471, tridak.com

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