Fisnar Inc. Introduces the DC100 Programmable Precision Dispenser

Fisnar is pleased to announce its new digital precision dispenser, the DC100. With more programmable features than any previous Fisnar dispenser, it boasts the ultimate in user control.

Pine Brook, NJ March 24, 2015


The DC100 is an advancement in dispensing technology that not only allows the user more control over their dispensing applications, but also brings more functionality to the desktop dispenser. Alarms can be set to notify the user when material life has ended or fluctuations in dispensing pressure have occurred. An auto purge function prevents premature curing of the material when the dispenser is not in operation. Air output and vacuum are now digitally displayed and can be set with tolerances to give a more precise dispense.

The programming incorporates an easy to use system that saves up to 10 programs and provides 5 different dispensing modes. An I/O connection makes integration into pre-existing manufacturing lines easy and simple. Lockable programs allow the operator to use the DC100 without fear of mistakenly modifying programs.

With these new features the DC100 may be the most cost effective programmable dispenser on the market.

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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