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EFD’s Ultimus V and Optimeter are claimed to reduce downtime at automated dispensing stations.

They are also said to resolve issues that occur when applying adhesives and other fluids at fast speeds.

It is important to keep the amount of fluid applied consistent as it gets thicker or thinner or as the volume of fluid in the reservoir decreases.

For fluids that change viscosity, the Ultimus V dispenser can store and automatically adjust dispensing parameters to keep the amount of fluid applied constant as it gets thicker or thinner.

Once the fluid curve has been programmed into the Ultimus V dispenser’s memory cells, air pressure will automatically adjust after a set time interval or number of shots to keep the size of the fluid deposit uniform as the viscosity of the material changes.

The electronic control of dispense time, air pressure and vacuum, along with the digital display of all dispenser settings, brings accuracy and process control to critical tabletop and automated dispensing applications, according to the company.

When using thinner fluids, the patent-pending Optimeter is engineered to work with the Ultimus V dispenser to provide an even greater level of control.

Used in place of a standard syringe barrel adapter, the Optimeter features a design with a tapered pin that ensures consistent shots by automatically increasing airflow as the volume of material in the syringe barrel decreases.

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