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Dopag Dispensing Solutions on Display at Advanced Engineering 2017

24 October 2017

Dopag will be presenting its metering, mixing and dispensing technology, used in the processing and application of multi-component polymers or one-component media such as adhesives, greases, and oils.

Dopag products are designed to guarantee maximum precision and repeatability of results, even in highly automated processes. The dispensing systems provide solutions for a wide range of applications, including greasing and oiling, bonding and sealing, potting, RTM/RIM and filament winding as well as for injection moulding processes. Dopag products are used in the aviation, wind energy, automotive and transport sectors.

For the metering and mixing of one- and two-component materials Dopag offers a range of highly automated metering and mixing systems capable of processing multi-component media such as epoxy resins, polyurethanes and silicones. Depending on the intended application or the requirements, they may be equipped with either piston or gear pump technology. For this purpose, there are different basic configurations available which feature a modular design and may therefore be configured specifically to the demands of the customer.

Dopag will exhibit on Stand K131 at Advanced Engineering 2017 on 1-2 November in Birmingham, UK.





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