Premixed syringes

  • 16-Sep-2010 09:08 EDT
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Dual or premixed/frozen syringes from Adhesive Packaging Specialties are useful for packaging reactive adhesives, sealants, or resins, since the small, two-part epoxy delivery systems require only a minimal amount of material to be dispensed at one time. The process includes the thorough blending of two-component materials, degassing them to remove entrapped air, and then freezing the resin system in a disposable syringe or cartridge. These containers are then packed in dry ice and shipped directly to the customer's facility where they can be stored in a freezer at -40°C. The process provides on-demand mixing and dispensing of two-component materials in a controlled process, with a guaranteed shelf life, no waste, and no messy cleanup.

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