E50 REXSON Plural component for encapsulating, bonding, sealing, potting.
- Supplies continuous freshly mixed material on demand
- Eliminates manual mixing errors
- Reduces hazardous material contact with the operator
|Designation||Value||Unit: metric (US)|
|Ratio||1/1 - 20/1||X/1|
|Maximum Fluid Pressure||40 (600)||bar (psi)|
|Maximum Fluid Output||3000 (105)||cc/min (oz/min)|
|Maximum Air Pressure||6 (90)||bar (psi)|
|Air Consumption||132 (78)||m3/h (cfm)|
|Number of Products||2||base-catalyst-solvent|
|Maximum Temperature||60 (122)||°C (°F)|
|Air Inlet||3/4 BSP|
|Number of Mixed Products||2||2K|
|Number of Products||2||Max|
|Fluid Viscosity with Pressure Pots (min-max)||10 - 80000||cps|
|Fluid Viscosity with Pumps (min-max)||20000 - 300000||cps|
Process by which compressed material dispenses from a nozzle to form a cord. Used in engine sealing, gluing & mastic removal.
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