Cyclomix™ Multi Airmix® Plural Component Electronic Mixing & Dosing System
|Designation||Value||Unit: metric (US)|
|Electrical Power||115/230-75||V - W|
|Ratio||06/1 > 30/1||X/1|
|Maximum Fluid Pressure||2-200 (29-2900)||bar (psi)|
|Recommended Fluid Pressure||2-175 (29-2537)||bar (psi)|
|Maximum Fluid Output||2500 > 4000||cc/min (oz/min)|
|Number of Products||7-3-2||base-catalyst-solvent|
|Maximum Temperature||50||°C (°F)|
|Air Inlet||F 1/4" BSP|
|Fluid Inlet||M 1/2" JIC|
|Fluid Outlet||F 1/4" BSP|
|Number of Mixed Products||2||2K|
|Fluid Viscosity (min-max)||30 > 5000 cps||in CA4 seconds (or centipoise cps)|
|Stainless Steel, PEHD Wetted Parts||♦|
|Weight||70 (154)||g (oz)|
|Number of Products||10||Max|
|Number of A Components||3/7||Min/Max|
|Number of B Components||1/3||Min/Max|
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Size : 464Ko
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Size : 7Mo
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