Jet dispensing offers outstanding advantages regarding fluid dispensing speed and cost-effectiveness. Fluid can be applied in volumes as small as 0.5 nanoliters, at continuous speeds up to 500Hz. Because nothing but the material being applied contacts the substrate, there is normally no need for time-consuming Z-axis movement. Additionally, jet dispensing offers improved process control due to the possibility of detecting the released fluid drop with standard sensors.
We offer several types of piezoelectric dispensing valves for a large range of fluids. We determine the optimal
valve type based on your application data and the results of our tests.
General information on typical jet valves and their application range appears below.
Standard valve design with all-purpose properties. The PICO valve MW-100 is best for most medium viscosity and
thixotropic fluids, such as grease, oil and most one-component adhesives. Perfect for most UV-curing
adhesives and coatings. The PICO Valve can be heated to +100°C.
Standard valve design with all-purpose properties. Best for most middle viscous and thixotropic fluids such as
grease, oil and most one-component adhesives. Perfect for most UV-curing adhesives and coatings. Valve can
be heated up to +100°C.
The 2mm protruding nozzle
design allows a reduction of the jet distance and improves positioning accuracy.
Standard valve design with all-purpose properties. Valve/fluid can be heated to +200°C. Perfect for many
meltable materials, such as wax, thermoplastic and hot melt adhesives.
Piezoelectric valve for low viscosity fluids, e. g. water-based fluids or silicone oils. All wetted materials are FDA compliant. Valve is heatable to +180°C.