components provide safe and leak free fluid dispensing from syringe barrels.
These pistons have flat sides with no wiper blades and are designed
for use with stringy and viscous pastes and gels.
Pistons ensure that the pressure is evenly spread
across the fluid surface to provide consistent dispensing. Wiper seal
pistons prevent dripping and eliminate material waste by wiping the
syringe barrel wall clean as fluid is dispensed.
pressure is 100psi (6.9bar). Straight Wall Pistons (red) are recommended
for reduced stringing and bouncing with high viscosity products.
Supplied in sealed packs of 50, 500 or bulk packs of 1000 direct from
Silicone and chloride free plastics
Compatible on 5cc syringe barrels
Resistant to aggressive fluids and solvents
Available from stock
For use with viscous pastes and gels
Supplied in sealed packaging
Adhesive Dispensing Ltd provide a wide range of equipment options for dispensing almost all
assembly fluids - from watery liquids, solvents, primers and activators
through to thick pastes, sealants, silicones, gels and epoxies.
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Pistons are made of plastic to wipe the adhesive, paste or liquid from inside the syringe barrel as
they move down. Once a syringe has liquid inside, insert the piston
and push down on one side. This will allow air to escape and ensures the
piston sits directly on the fluid without an air gap. When bottom
filling using a barrel filler, the piston is pushed down and moves up as
the liquid is fed into the syringe barrel.