Fisnar Inc. Announces New Dual-Cartridge Dispensing Machine

This new dispenser has been engineered with the user in mind, making it a simple easy to use and cost effective solution for anyone dispensing from 200 ml. and 400 ml. dual cartridges.

Fisnar® is pleased to announce a new and economic design in bench-mounted dual-cartridge dispensing machines.


The model DCD is an excellent cost-effective solution for low volume mixing and dispensing of two-part materials supplied in dual cartridges. The fully portable bench-mounted system is simple to install and program for accurate two-part dispensing.

The model DCD includes a pneumatically actuated dual-cartridge piston dispenser, which applies pressure to accurately meter materials contained in a dual cartridge. A static mixer finally combines the two materials. A piston retraction control, allows for easy loading and unloading of the cartridge.

Machines are available to suit 200ml and 400ml dual cartridges.
The dispenser is mounted on a robust bench support, resulting in a system that can be pneumatically controlled and adjusted in height and angle for dispensing. A compact controller provides all the necessary air logic functions, and maintains control of air pressure to the dispenser.

A pinch-valve is included with each system for increased accuracy and drip-free dispensing of low-viscosity materials. The valve is fitted to the exit tip of the static mixer, and operated by an air portal on the controller. A pneumatic foot pedal enables a hands-free operation.
Fisnar® is a world leader in fluid dispensing and dispensing automation, manufacturing automated dispensers, valves, industrial robots, peristaltic pumps, metering and mixing systems for two-part fluids, hot melt systems, syringes and consumables including, needles, barrels and tips.

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