Part of this technological advancements is the development of liquid dispensers. Liquid dispensers are essential in the process of production for a lot of industries. Manufacturing companies involved in the cosmetics, food processing and the information technology industry mainly use these dispensing systems to utilize liquid substances. One key part of liquid dispensers is the dispensing valve.
A dispense valve basically is a device attached to liquid containers or liquid dispensers. The main task of these valves is to control the passage of fluid materials through a working pipe or duct. In most automatic devices, it essentially facilitates the movement of liquid substances in a single direction. It is needed for accuracy and precision especially when it comes to maneuvering liquid substances which sometimes are hard to manage.
A dispense valve is a very crucial part of liquid dispenser systems. Without it, you cannot effectively control and utilize liquid substances. Say for example you are working in the information technology industry. IT manufacturing companies use liquid adhesives to assemble small mechanisms for the various devices. If your liquid dispensers lack the right dispensing valve, the process might not work properly or might not be as efficient. Further, in the automotive industry, liquid dispensers are needed in applying grease to small gears. If not for an appropriate dispense valve, this task will be extremely hard.
Some dispense valve systems provide precision fluid control of adhesives, sealants and other assembly fluids used in manufacturing processes. Moreover, the different unique fluid dispensing valve designs are exceptionally reliable and suitable to a variety of processing needs.
Depending on the liquid material you are going to dispense, you will have to need a variety of dispense valves. For example, high pressure valves are needed in dispensing extremely thick liquid substances such as grease, adhesive, sealants and silicon. These high pressure dispense valves also have advance features to prevent drooling while applying liquid substances. As thick materials may be extremely hard to apply, high pressure valves are also needed to be able to consistently apply them.
Piston valve, on the other hand, is a general utility valve which can be used for relatively medium to high viscosity materials. These types of valves provide stroke adjustment to adapt to the kind of materials you are using.
Needle valves are used for low viscosity liquid materials. These kinds of valves are most applicable in substances such as accelerators, marking inks, silicone oils, solvents, and UV-cure adhesives. Despite the seemingly delicate details of the needle valves, they have low maintenance design.