APP’s Static Mixers (EX-200) are high quality devices used to ensure optimum performance of two-component adhesives by dividing and recombining the materials into a homogeneous stream. Our disposable spiral static mixer is used in conjunction with our epoxy adhesive to ensure that the two parts are mixed thoroughly enough for the base and accelerator to fully react to ensure maximum adhesion.
Static Mixer Diagram
The static mixer contains 16 mixing elements that combine the two-part epoxy.
The tip of the static mixer expels the two-part epoxy in the perfect 1:1 ratio.
The base of the static mixer fits securely the epoxy cartridge.
Static Mixer Specifications
|Static Mixer Specifications|
|Composition||Robust light-weight plastic|
|Pressure Limit||360 psi|
|Manufacturer Spec||Nordson 7700831|
|Installation||Our Static Mixer fits seamlessly into our manual dual component epoxy applicator in conjunction with our epoxy cartridge. It can be used until the epoxy hardens within the housing at which time it should be disposed of and a new one substituted.|
|Custom Manufacturing||Other sizes may be purchased. Inquire with the sales team if you have particular specifications or needs.|
|Pricing||Build a quote to see pricing on all of our standard products|
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How long does it take to install a composite wear pad?
On average, a wear pad should take no more that five minutes to install using entry-level personnel. Our wear pad installation instructions are nine steps and one page long. Our two-part epoxy system is housed in a two-part cartridge that is placed in a two-part epoxy applicator and dispensed through a static mixing nozzle. Once again, we use this system to minimize the occurrence of human error. Most two-part epoxy systems use two containers and are mixed by hand using an exact mix ratio that can easily be mixed incorrectly. Our system is as easy as squeezing a caulking gun.