General Topics

What is LPM?

LPM stands for Low Pressure Molding – a advanced technology for electronic components protection. This method features with simple process (just 3 steps comparing to 7 steps of potting method). LPM solution combines of thermelt & machine. See details here.

Does GLUDITEC have Dispensing System for 20L Drum?

Yes, we do. According to dosing volume, customers can choose different pressure/ electric pump series. Whatever kind of your adhesive is, epoxy, PU, silicone, single component or two component, GLUDITEC will provide you with the right drum unloading solutions. Our Product Line here.

How long is Gluditec dispensing system warranty period?

It depends on type of products and systems. However, almost of GLUDITEC system will have one-year warranty period. Please contact us for detailed information for specific product.

How to choose the right desktop robot for dispensing system?

GLUDITEC desktop robot will be differentiated by its working area, accuracy and additional functions (vision, 4th/ 5th axis, rotary table, multiple output, multiple working table, …). For general purpose, SR Series will meet your almost of your requirements. For larger workpieces, you can refer gantry robot. For total automated dispensing system without jigs, you can refer vision integrated one.

How to get rid of bubble in potting application?

Bubble appears in various steps in potting process: material preparation, transportation and potting step as well. To completely get rid of this problems, we need to eliminate air throughout the whole process. A vacuum potting system with closed process will be helpful.

Why dispensing valves degrade?

There are various reasons why dispensing valve degrade after a working period. However, the most popular reason is being exposure to chemical for a long time, especially metal filtered adhesive/ thermal paste/ solder paste. To solve this problem, wetted parts of valve must be designed with suitable materials. For example, our GV-525UP.

Why use Teflon for wetting part of dispensing tube and tips?

PTFE can withstand temperatures as low as -450°F and as high as 500°F. Liquids roll off the material, and it doesn’t react to chemicals. It’s simple to clean and commonly used in medical applications for its biocompatibility (compatibility with the human body). As a result, PTFE is widely used for dispensing tube and tips.

Should we use Static Mixing or Dynamic Mixing?

Static mixers tend to be more affordable and generally require little maintenance. That said, they require a lot more manual labor and may not always provide the consistency businesses need. Dynamic mixers can also be assembled in a lot of different types of spaces, which means they can potentially be scalable for many businesses and industries. Due to the moving parts of these mixers, they can help your company streamline your operations and even improve the consistency of your products.