An efficient, cost-effective way for manufacturers in all industries to
apply production fluids inside cylindrical parts
EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I., January 31 /CNW/ - EFD, Inc., a Nordson company,
announces a new Radial Spinner System that enables manufacturers to apply
consistent amounts of adhesives, lubricants and other production fluids inside
cylindrical parts between 0.4" and 5" in diameter.
The ability to apply fluids in neat, uniform bands makes the Radial
Spinner System ideal for processes where controlled amounts must be applied
inside small cylinders or confined to specific locations. Applications range
from securing engine components to lubricating medical devices.
The Radial Spinner System combines a compact air-driven motor,
low-maintenance EFD dispense valve and EFD ValveMate(TM) controller. The valve
dispenses a precisely metered amount of fluid onto a spinning disk attached to
the motor. As fluid reaches the disk's edge it spins off, forming a neat,
uniform band inside the part.
"We developed the Radial Spinner System to meet requests for a way to
dispense fluids inside components where spray valves wouldn't fit, or where
fluid must be kept within a defined area," said EFD President Peter Lambert.
"By helping companies reliably put the correct amount of material exactly
where needed, the Radial Spinner System improves productivity and dramatically
reduces waste and rework, providing a fast return on their investment."
EFD's new Radial Spinner System is available through their worldwide
network operating in over 30 countries. For more information, contact EFD at
800-556-3484, 401-434-1680 or visit www.efd-inc.com
EFD, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nordson Corporation,
(Nasdaq: NDSN) the world's leading producer of precision dispensing equipment.
Nordson and EFD systems apply adhesives, sealants and other assembly fluids to
a broad range of consumer and industrial products during manufacturing
operations, helping customers meet quality and productivity targets.
Except for historical information and comparisons contained herein,
statements included in this release may constitute "forward-looking
statements," as defined by The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of
1995. These statements involve a number of risks, uncertainties and other
factors, as discussed in the company's filings with the Securities and
Exchange Commission that could cause actual results to differ.
For further information:
For further information: EFD, Inc. Art Tausek, 401-434-1680, x1202
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