The Serv-Oil Jetmaster Liquid Dispenser is used for the controlled application of many types of liquids. Light, chemically non-aggressive spindle lubricating oil, however, is the most commonly used liquid. Contact Master Pneumatic for fluid compatibility.
The Jetmaster employs a Servo-Meter and a nozzle to propel a conical air-liquid jet up to 10 inches (25 cm) with pinpoint accuracy, and with no drip or overspray.
The amount of liquid and the amount of air in the jet are independently adjustable. The Jetmaster is actuated by an air pulse (usually from a valve), and controllers are available to determine the frequency with which a jet is propelled.
Multiple Jetmaster Dispensers
Assemblies may be ordered with up to ﬁve Servo-Meters and ﬁve nozzles. All can be actuated simultaneously by a single air signal of 60 psig (4 bar).
To increase the amount of liquid in a single jet, multiple Servo-Meters can feed through a single nozzle. Consult Master Pneumatic for further information.
Twelve-inch nozzles are standard, but other lengths can be special ordered. The standard copper tube nozzles can be bent in any direction to dispense liquid at the point of need. Teﬂon tubing running through the nozzle carries the liquid to the nozzle end where it is propelled from the tubing by the air jet passing around it. An air metering adjustment screw is provided for each nozzle.
Servo-Meter Body: Brass Body; optional Aluminum and Nickel plated brass; zinc end plates. 1-Drop (0.030ml)rating; optional 1/2-drop (0.015ml) or 2-drop (0.060ml)rating.
Seals: Viton seals are standard.