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TAH Industries: Two-Component Adhesive Cartridge

May 5, 2004
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The biggest disadvantage to two-component side-by-side cartridges is the need for special dispensing guns. TAH Industries has solved this problem with a new two-component cartridge design. The patented Universal Cartridge fits into a standard caulking gun and stores one component of the adhesive in front of the other -- but both are extruded through the cartridge outlet and into a static mixer simultaneously. The cartridge is robust in order to maintain a very accurate volumetric ratio, and it eliminates bulging or expansion of the cartridge. The 1:1 ratio contains 250 mL of usable material, and the new 2:1 ratio holds 177 mL.

For additional information, visit http://www.tah.com/universal.

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