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Automated recipe dispensing system
Datacolor automated dispensing system dispenses a wide range of solutions for textile exhaust and continuous dyeing, textile Autolab® Laboratory Dispenser Series gives you the speed, precision and flexibility to provide accurate and repeatable recipes.
Autolab SPS – An invaluable companion product to the Autolab dispenser for ensuring solution accuracy.
Wide range of solution bottle options that meet the needs of every dye lab. System can virtually run non-stop thanks to auto-feeding conveyor systems. State-of-the-art robotic X-Y-Z mechanism delivers fast, reliable and precise results. Effectiveness of the system is enhanced through specially designed “calibration-free” injectors, dispensing water and chemicals into more than one dye pot simultaneously.
Datacolor Autolab can dispense a wide range of viscosities making the system suitable for multiple applications: exhaust and continuous dyeing, textile printing, floor covering, pigment industries and many more.
The “Tube-Free” design and constant solution agitation guarantee the highest level of repeatable results. Automated gravimetric dispensing provides full traceability for each solution dispensed. The Autolab SPS system ensures solution preparation accuracy and exact concentration data. Networked to the dispenser database for added recipe dispense accuracy.
As the market leader in laboratory dispensing for more than 20 years, Datacolor Autolab ensures seamless recipe transfer and fast dispensing throughput within the laboratory workflow process.
What you get
Datacolor AutoLab SPS includes:
Datacolor AUTOLAB SPS/SPS-X
220 V, +/- 10 %, 50/60 Hz. Single phase, three wire (live, earth and neutral)
A clean and dry air supply is required, no lubrication, 4.5-6.0 kg/ cm² (60-80 psi). (TF only)
PC requirements for AutoLab TF and SPS systems
If fabric weigh scale is required to connect to TF dispenser PC, then the TF PC requires (2) RS232 COM ports.
PCs should also include network card/connectors and necessary cabling etc., to allow PCs to be networked together.