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Hydraulic Fixed Ratio (HFR) Meter, Mix and Dispense Systems

May 26, 2016 - Products

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Graco

Graco, a provider of fluid handling products and systems, features its Hydraulic Fixed Ratio (HFR) Meter, Mix and Dispense Systems are ideal for the precise ratio, pressure, flow rate, and temperature control required for the dispense and application of truck bedliners. With Graco HFR, manufacturers can trust that their dispense technology will keep production efficient, with low waste.

The modular Graco HFR systems are flexible, with a range of pump sizes, ratios, and flow rates available. The compact, cost-effective systems can handle a range of two-component materials. The high metering precision of the Graco HFR systems delivers accurate, on-ratio dispensing, and therefore eliminates a large amount of waste and rework caused by material curing failures.

“Truck bedliner dispense applications specifically demand consistent flow rates and pressure, as well as temperature control. The Graco HFR systems deliver all of these, and do so in a more compact and cost-effective package than competing options,” said Todd White, Global Sales Manager at Graco. “In addition, the Graco HFR system ensures precise, on-ratio dispense, which is critical to curing in truck bedliner applications.”

The Graco HFR Metering System is available with in-line heating, critical for the dispense of bedliner materials. While other systems are custom designed for specific applications, the Graco HFR Metering System is modular and offers more technology for a lower capital investment than traditional custom RIM equipment.

For more information about Graco and the HFR Meter, Mix and Dispense Systems, visit http://www.graco.com/HFRB.

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