Robatech offers a perfectly adapted program for our modular pumps.
Depending on the type of application, adhesive piston, precision gear or gerotor pumps can be used.
The durable, double-action Robatech piston pumps are particularly suitable for intermittent adhesive application (with interruptions).
In addition to the standard piston pump KPC12 (1:12) for conventional gluing tasks, Robatech is offering two additional types for special adhesive application requirements with the KPC5 and the KPC16.
- Utilization of the same pumps in all Concept adhesive melters
- Rapid electronically controlled switching
Robatech gear pumps provide a highly accurate means of measuring and controlling the flow of adhesives.
Gear pumps can generate very high pressures. This feature is critical, especially in consistent coatings. Robatech gear pump systems are highly dynamic depending on the engine version. Optional pressure controls prevent accumulation of glue. Volume control adjusts the speed of application, depending on the machine speed.
- 6 variable speeds for feeding hot melts
- Use the same pumps in various melters
- Multiple pump configurations
- Manage all the processes through the easy-to-operate RobaVis or TRM control panel
A gerotor is a gear pump, which designed simply to work under low pressures.
Gerotor pump are less sensitive for filled adhesives. In many applications with low delivery precision, this type of pump is sufficient to achieve the desired results.
- Feeding capacity up to 12 kg/h
- Continuous or variable speeds for feeding EVA hot melts
- Limited applications with abrasive EVA hot melt
- Manage all the processes through the easy-to-operate RoboVis or TRM control panel
Robatech offers special dosing systems to precisely control the flow of liquids to applicators mounted on robotic arms.
The Dosing system is for liquids flows at very high pressures up to 100 bar. It is available as a multiple pump block with 2, 4 or 6 pumps. These are typically used for sealing production.
Piston Dosing Unit for high volume feeding and application of sealing compounds at extreme pressures of up to 280 bar. These are typically used in the automotive and building industries.