EXACT Dispensing Systems is Pleased to Announce the Immediate Release for Sale of the NEW "BeadMaster" Precision Bead Dispensing System for One or Two Component Adhesives

"BeadMaster" Precision Bead Dispensing Systems are designed to be integral parts of custom fabricated adhesive bead dispensing systems for industrial applications. These Servo Driven incrematic meters control volume amounts and dispense rates for precision bead dispensing applications of either one component or two component reactive materials

Newcastle, Maine June 30, 2014


EXACT Dispensing Systems designs, manufactures and installs systems for the meter-mix-dispense of one and two component resins, adhesives and sealants for industry.

The "BeadMaster" is a positive displacement piston meter family for use in either one or two component materials where "PRECISION BEAD DISPENSING" is an absolute requirement. These incrematic shot meters from EXACT Dispensing incorporate servo drives offering digital preset dispense rate control for precise and repetitive bead dispense.

The two component offering is available in mix ratios from 1x1 through 10x1. Its "inline" design helps to assure accurate meter mix ratio control for years of trouble free service.

EXACT Dispensing offers these meters in either OEM modules for local integration or in one of its custom engineered fully integrated XY-D motion and dispense work cellsl.

Contact EXACT Dispensing Systems today.

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