Aplicator’s IPI-4000 machine works with an air-driven dual-acting piston pump, both for the resin and the catalyst. Manufactured from stainless steel, the peroxide pump incorporates a pressure gauge and pressure relief valve and is synchronised with the resin pump shaft for precise delivery of peroxide. Consequently, it is independent of variations in air supply or material viscosity. Peroxides volumes are easily adjusted with a handwheel, which changes the stroke length of the peroxide pump. The mixing ratios are continuously variable. Peroxide is pumped directly from the original container. Resin is usually pumped from
a 200-litre drum, but can also be pumped from a bulk container or a fixed storage tank. The components are mixed internally in a static mixer at the injection head for thorough blending of the resin and peroxide. To facilitate degassing and function checks the machine is additionally equipped with a unique recirculation system for the catalyst and resin.
Cleaning the injection head after use is easy using the built-in pneumatically operated flush pump. Pressing the flushing button on the pump will automatically flush the static mixer, with no manual handling of hazardous solvents.
The machine showed on the overleaf might have extra equipment, modifications might have been made since the brochures were printed.
Catalyst slave pump for precise peroxide – resin ratio
Continuously variable peroxide ratio
Recirculation of resin and peroxide
Pneumatically operated solvent pump
Static mixer at injection head
Even flow of catalysed material
Wheeled chassis for full mobility
All dynamic seals are self lubricating and of the highest quality for minimum maintenance
Light-weight dispensing handle
Air supply: 6 Bar (90 psi)
Air consumption: 120 litres / litre output
Capacity: Up to 12 litres/min, depending on viscosity, hose length/ diameter and nozzle orifice Max. working pressure: 33 Bar (478 psi)
Pressure ratio: 1:5,5
Mixing ratio: Continuously variable between 0.9 and 3.0 %.
Hose length: Standard length 10 m