Extended version of the static-dynamic mixer

The static-dynamic mixer vipro-DUOMIX is perfectly suited for compressible, two-component materials – with very different viscosities, extreme mixing ratios and high-pressure sensitivity. The extended version with optimized mixing blocks for low-viscosity, and high-viscosity materials on either side brings a further advantage: It is ideally suited for materials that are difficult to mix – with different or identical viscosities. A modular design with five different dispenser sizes per side allows complete flexibility. And a wide range of mixing ratios from 1:1 to 100:1.

Optimized mixing blocks: The static-dynamic mixer vipro-DUOMIX

The vipro-DUOMIX can be used for complex two-component applications in diverse industries such as automotive manufacturing, aerospace, or electronics. Irrelevant of whether it is for a dot dispensing, a bead application or for a potting application. Particularly in the production of aircrafts the static-dynamic mixer is used for honeycomb potting or for edge sealing. Special nozzles with adjustable bead width are available for this purpose.

A wide range of two-component materials based on e.g., polyether, epoxy resin, silicone or polyurethane can be dispensed in all areas of application. Due to the parallel alignment of the dispensers, and due to a weight-optimized design, the vipro-DUOMIX is very compact – ideal for assembly in robotic cells or for automated applications.

The advantages of the optimized mixing blocks once more at a glance:

  • Flow and back pressure optimized product channels avoid compression of the material to be dispensed.
  • Setting of the desired mixing ratio by independent adjustment of the speed of either dispenser
  • Dynamically adjustable mixing quality by adjusting the speed of the mixing elements
  • Gentle handling of the dispensing material
  • Density remains unchanged during the entire dispensing process
  • Compact design due to parallel alignment of the dispensers
  • Perfectly suited for low to high viscosity materials