DSR-10AF Micro-Spray Markers are designed to apply color
coded spots or stripes on products during inspection to satisfy
acceptance/rejection marking requirements. These low pressure
atomizing spray markers are normally electrically triggered
and can apply spot marks from 1/4" - 1" diameter on
both porous and non-porous surfaces. The DSR-10AF Marker features
an adjustable fluid control to regulate the amount of ink flowing
into the atomizing air stream for precise control of the mark.
The marker sprays an 18 degree conical spray pattern with negligible
over spray. A stainless steel needle seats in the orifice after
every cycle providing a self cleaning feature.
DSR-10 Micro-Spray Markers are identical to the DSR-10AF
units - less the fluid control adjustment feature. When these
markers are fired, the needle valve opens fully and allows the
maximum amount of ink to flow into the atomizing air stream.
The DSR-10 Markers are normally recommended for applications
where precise spot marks are not critical.
DRW Series Gravity Feed Ink Reservoirs
are available in 16 oz., 32 oz., 64 oz. and 128 oz. capacities.
These heavy wall polyethylene wide mouth reservoirs are supplied
with a ball type shutoff valve and a mounting bracket for easy
installation. When using pigmented inks, select a reservoir
which only holds a 1-2 day supply of ink to prevent pigment
DSR-MSA-SM & DSR-MSA-TM Mounting Brackets provide
6-axis positioning adjustment for the DSR-10 Series Micro-Spray
Markers. Stainless steel shafting and clamping style cross blocks
enable the markers to be positioned in any attitude for hitting
even those hard to reach locations. These mounts are available
in both top and side mounting configurations.
DS-100 Series Controllers are available in a variety
of configurations which provide both the pneumatic and electronic
logic control for the Micro-Spray Markers. Controls are available
with modular one-shot timing circuitry for basic spot or stripe
marking applications or with programmable logic controllers
to meet the demands of more complex application requirements.
These controls are designed to accept either dry contact closure
initiate signals from a microswitch or the parent equipment
or specified voltage signals to initiate the marking cycle.
DS-80350 and DS-80351 Pressure Reservoirs are used to
increase the ink supply pressure to the DSR-10 Series Markers.
Higher supply pressure allows more ink to flow into the atomizing
air stream in a given time interval. The use of a pressure reservoir
enables shorter duration triggering signals to be used and results
in a faster reaction time for the marker. For most applications
tank pressure is set to 2-3 PSI.
DS-80350 is a 64 Oz. capacity unit complete with a pressure
regulator, gauge and disposable liner. The DS-80351 unit is
similar to the DS-80350 but includes a pneumatically operated
ink agitation system which keeps pigmented inks in uniform
suspension during use.