TUSTIN, CA –
FRC – Fluid Research Corporation, a leading supplier of precision meter mix and dispensing systems, will feature their complete line of dispensing solutions at this year’s SAMPE show. Held at the Long Beach Convention Center, in Long Beach, California, from May 7th to 9th, FRC will be exhibiting in booth #E51.
FRC - Fluid Research Corporation is a recognized leader in the engineering and manufacturing of meter, mix and dispense equipment for both single and plural component reactive materials including epoxy, polyurethanes, silicones, acrylics, urethanes, adhesives, paints, pastes, abrasive materials and more. From turnkey to custom, simple to complex, FRC’s line of precision meter mix dispensing solutions is available in a variety of configurations to suit a broad range of applications. Their line of systems is available in bench top, cart mount and workstation solutions, utilizing several controllers including:
The N-2000G is a cart mounted, digitally controlled, positive displacement dispensing system designed to be an economical platform for low volume 2-part dispensing.
The T-Series includes FRCs proprietary microprocessor controls with a touch-pad user interface. Capable of up to 40 stored dispense programs coupled with the lowest industry maintenance requirements make this meter mix system the most reliable cost effective machine available.
The S-2000 includes FRCs proprietary Software programming controls with a touch-screen user interface. This system will handle multi-component materials up to 4 part formulations.
FRCʼs systems utilize their patented Progressing Cavity pump technology and proprietary system controls to deliver the most accurate and reliable metering mix systems for reactive plural component polymers and single component media. Dispensing systems with PC pumps operate more efficiently and consistently than conventional dispensing. FRC pumps exhibit exceptional resistance to abrasive/filled content and chemically aggressive fluids. Suitable for single or multi-component applications, FRC pumps are precision made in the USA. Operational advantages include constant volume at variable speeds, continuous flow, few moving parts, low maintenance and no cycle time delays for cavity recharge.
“We are very pleased to be showcasing our precision meter mix and dispensing solutions at this year’s SAMPE show” said David Upton FRC's Director of Marketing. “It is great opportunity to meet with our valued customers face to face and to introduce them to the newest dispensing solutions.”
For more information, visit www.fluidresearch.com