The core function of a fluid dispensing equipment is to monitor and dispense the gaseous fluids or liquids. Dispensed fluids are applicable for filling, sealing, lubricating and bonding. Newtonian viscosity fluids can be changed into high viscosity through dispensed fluids. Fluids can be dispensed in two parts, namely contract dispensing where the dispensing tips are used and noncontract dispensing for jetted fluids. The variations of fluid dispensing equipment are based on the variety of sizes, shapes, and complexity varies from simple manual systems to automated and sophisticated robotic systems. The market is developing owing to its application in various industries such as automotive, medical, food and beverages, and electronics. The market is helpingconsumers by providing them with benefits such as low carbon emissions, decreased use of volatile solvents, low energy consumption, and low production of waste.
The continuously increasing demand for efficient and accurate systems for dispensing fluids which can replace the manpower engagement is expected to help the market to expand in the future. Factors such as strict regulations imposed on manufacturing and stimulating awareness regarding material wastage are expected to give rise to steady growth in the fluid dispensing equipment market. Fluid dispensing equipment are mainly used in automated and semi-automated robotic systems with high precision and low probability contamination rate. Fluid dispensing system depends on factors such as the nature of dispensing material, chemical reactivity, angle of dispensing, and distance from the substrate. The influential regions in the global fluid dispensing market are North America, Asia pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
A fluid dispensing equipment dispenses and monitors liquids or gaseous fluids. These equipment are available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and complexities ranging from simple manual systems to sophisticated, automated robotic systems. Fluids are dispensed for several applications including bonding, filling, lubricating, and sealing. Fluids dispensed can range from fluids with Newtonian viscosity to fluids with high viscosity. Dispensing can be done in a single deposit, in batches, or in some cases, through continuous operations. Some of the key end-user industries of fluid dispensing equipment are medical, automotive, electronics, and food & beverages. Increasing number of regulations and stringent standards have made the need for precision and accuracy of fuel dispensing equipment highly crucial. In response to this, manufacturers of fluid dispensing equipment are adapting their products to meet the new standards. Manufacturers are paying greater attention to production with low carbon emissions, low energy consumption, decreased use of volatile solvents, and low production of waste.
Generally, fluids can be dispensed in two ways: contact dispensing, wherein a dispensing tip is used for dispensing fluids, and noncontact dispensing, wherein fluids are usually jetted. Fluids need to be dispensed in an accurate, measured, repeatable, and steady manner at all times, which directly indicates the quality of a fluid dispensing system. The fluid dispensing equipment is selected depending on the specific application. Some of the commonly used fluid dispensing equipment are manual syringe systems, spool valves, time/pressure dispensing (TPD), pinch tube valves, diaphragm valves, needle valves, time/pressure syringe systems, and rotary auger valves. While selecting a fluid dispensing system, nature of the dispensing material, flow properties, chemical reactivity, distance from the substrate, and angle of dispensing need to be considered.
Key players operating in the fluid dispensing equipment market are Nordson Asymtek, Electron Fusion Devices Inc., Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Graco Inc., GPD Global, Fisnar Inc., OK International Inc., Precision Valve & Automation, and Techcon Systems.
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