Nordson Corporation, a manufacturer of liquid dispensing technology, is launching a line of new non-electrostatic guns, stainless steel pumps and plural component metering systems for liquid applications.
The new products complement Nordson’s existing portfolio of airless equipment, rotary atomizers, electrostatic spray guns, voltage blocking systems and nozzles, rounding-out a complete line of products for almost any liquid coating need. The investment represents the largest liquid product line expansion to date and Nordson’s commitment to the long-term growth of its liquid coatings business.
‘Nordson brings nearly 60 years of expertise to liquid applications and this market is key to the long-term growth of our Industrial Coating Systems group,’ explained Brad Syrowski, global liquid business development manager, Nordson Liquid Systems. ‘For the last 18 months, we’ve been laying the groundwork for this expansion, and we are excited to offer customers in all of our geographies a more comprehensive line of liquid coating equipment.’
The newest additions to Nordson’s liquid coating line include:
•Trilogy non-electrostatic spray guns: Encompass air assist airless, air spray and low volume/low pressure technologies. The guns are said to provide excellent spray quality, the durability to withstand harsh manufacturing environments and ease of handling and maintenance.
•StediFlo pumps: With pressure ratios from 3:1 to 57:1, StediFlo pumps meet a wide range of pressure and volume requirements.
•OptiMix plural component metering systems: High-performance pneumatic and electronic plural-component mixing and proportioning units process both solvent- and water-based paints, and are designed for flexibility and efficiency.
‘As we move forward, we will continue to add new products when opportunities for expansion are identified,’ said Syrowski. ‘Our complete liquid line – combined with Nordson’s powder coating, adhesive and sealant dispensing, and curing systems – allow us to bring our customers a full range of solutions that improve efficiency, flexibility and productivity in their operations.’