Prices plus VAT plus shipping costs
Delivery time 3-5 workdays
- Order number: MATTEST
- MOQ: 1
-) Can my material be applied in small quantities and repeatable?
-) Can I dose it directly from the original container?
-) Can my material be permanently exposed to compressed air or does it harden when exposed to air??
-) How long can it be stored in cartridges or pressure tanks?
-) Does it harden in the dispensing tips?
-) Does it drip after dispensing? Does it pull strings?
... these are all questions that arise when using a new material.
During a material test, we check the dispensing behaviour of your material with the appropriate dispensing technology.
The costs depend on the customer requirements. The minimum cost is € 300,00.
Your advantages after a material test:
- if the material can be dispensed with compressed air
- if the material can be dispensed directly from the original cartridge or must be transferred before
- if it has to be heated before dispensing
- how to prevent delay-yield or cob-webbing
- how long the material needs to cure on the workpiece
- how long it can be stored in the dispensing cartridge
- which "dispensing technology" is necessary for this (complete solution including all necessary fastening parts and brackets as well as tubing)
- which consumables will be used in the dispensing process
- you can calculate your costs in advance
- you know all settings regarding pressure, travel speed, tip diameter, cartridge size
- you can determine the cycle times and the productivity of the automated process
For a test setup we need:
- the material to be dispensed in the original cartridge (possibly in advance a technical data sheet)
- some workpiece samples
- description/sketch, where and how much material should be dispensed
- some general informations about the planned process:
- how many workpieces should be loaded per workday with the material?
- which cycle time should be reached?
- how much material will be needed per workpiece?
- is it already done by hand?
Application in the industry:
- socketing and bonding
- electrical components (such as relays, speakers, batteries)
- solder pastes
- conductive adhesives
- epoxy resins
- other liquid materials