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Doming Multi-Nozzles

Doming multi-nozzles apply epoxy evenly, covering the surface while minimizing overflow. The nozzle acts as both an epoxy mixer and sprayer. The main tube contains a spiral mixing nozzle that draws in both parts of the glue and passes them through a series of manifolds. This creates a perfectly mixed, homogenized solution that will set evenly and predictably. The back ends of these nozzles have a ⅜-inch threaded end, which is compatible with standard applicator equipment. These nozzles will work with cartridges and doming machines.

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Multi Nozzle 3 Up Multi Nozzle 2 Up Multi Nozzle 4 up
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Multi Nozzle - 3 Nozzles
3/8", Bell fitting 48 Elements
Multi Nozzle - 2 Nozzles
3/8", Bell fitting 48 Elements
Multi Nozzle 5 Up Multi Nozzle 7 Up Multi Nozzle 8 Up
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Multi Nozzle 5 Up Multi Nozzle 7 Up Multi Nozzle 8 Up
Multi Nozzle - 5 Nozzles
3/8", Bell fitting 48 Elements
Multi Nozzle - 7 Nozzles
3/8", Bell fitting 48 Elements
Multi Nozzle - 8 Nozzles
3/8", Bell fitting 48 Elements
Multi Nozzle 9 Up Multi Nozzles 10 Up Multi Nozzles 11 Up
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Multi Nozzle 9 Up Multi Nozzles 10 Up Multi Nozzles 11 Up
Multi Nozzle - 9 Nozzles
3/8", Bell fitting 48 Elements
Multi Nozzle - 3 Nozzles
3/8", Bell fitting 48 Elements
Multi Nozzle - 11 Nozzles
3/8", Bell fitting 48 Elements
Multi Nozzles 12 Up Multi Nozzle 6 Up
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Multi Nozzles 12 Up Multi Nozzle 6 Up
Multi Nozzle - 3 Nozzles
3/8", Bell fitting 48 Elements
Multi Nozzle - 6 Nozzles
3/8", Bell fitting 48 Elements
   
 

We offer nozzles with two to 11 plastic nozzle tips for easier application. Spreading the flow of the adhesive across several openings delivers a flat, even coat. This reduces the time you have to wait for the epoxy to spread, and makes it easier to control the flow of the resin on the surface you’re coating. It also reduces the need to spread the glue manually to fill in curves and corners. Choosing the right nozzle depends on the size and complexity of the pieces you are working with. A nozzle with fewer tips works best on small labels and tight bends. A nozzle with more tips acts more like a paintbrush, spreading out resin when covering wide areas. As with single-tip nozzles, spray width can be adjusted by changing the distance between the nozzle and the product being coated.