Disposable Static Mixer Nozzles

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Sulzer Mixpac MFQ static mix nozzles
Sulzer Mixpac MS Static Mixer Nozzle
Sulzer Mixpac MS Combo bell mixer nozzle
Nordson TAH 160 disposable static mixer nozzle
3M EPX Orange Square 45ml Static Mixer
3M EPX Square Orange 10:1 Mixing Nozzle for 45ml (9154)
Sale price$52.00 Regular price$57.00
3M EPX Gold Static Mixer for 50ml Cartridges
3M EPX Plus II 50ml Square Gold Static Mix Nozzle (9171)
Sale price$230.00 Regular price$254.00
Nordson 7700924 or TAH 160-824 static mixer nozzle
3M EPX Static Mixer for 50ml Cartridges
3M EPX 6mm Static Mix Nozzle for 200ml & 400ml
3M EPX 6mm Static Mix Nozzle for 200ml & 400ml
Sale price$170.00 Regular price$189.00
Nordson TAH Series 20 Disposable Mixing Elements 20 Elements
Sulzer Mixpac MCH 06-24T disposable static mixer nozzle
3M EPX 35ml 10:1 Static Mix Nozzle (9164)
Sulzer Mixpac MSR static mixer nozzle
Nordson 295 Static Mixer Nozzle - All Sizes
Nordson 7701010 or TAH 161-224 static mixer nozzle

Common Questions and Answers About Disposable Static Mixers

The static mixer is attached to a two part cartridge filled with an A side and B side of adhesive. The adhesive is then forced out of both sides with a plunger and the two parts meet and mix in the static mixer. The material combines as it makes its way through the mixer until a fully combined A and B come out of the end of the nozzle.

Disposable static mixers typically use a series of curves or steps called "Elements" to mix two part materials. As the part A and part B adhesives make their way down the static mixer past these Elements, they combine to activate and become fully combined.

Some mixers have more elements for difficult to combine adhesives or to ensure total coalescence. There are also Turbo or Quadro mixers that use extremely efficient element designs allowing for better mixing in a shorter nozzle. Typically these static mixers have a square body and are slightly more expensive. The major benefit is better blending of the adhesive in a shorter nozzle allowing users to work closer to their substrates. 

There are a number of static mixer tips available to meet different application needs. Here are a few of the most common tips. 

  • Stepped Tip: this tip is layered and can be cut at different intervals to control the bead size being dispensed. This is probably the most common type of nozzle tip.
  • Tapered Tip: this tip tapers to a small cone and, unlike the stepped tip, is not meant to be cut to change the bead size.
  • Luer Lock Tip: this tip is used to attach needles or other attachments for precision or specialty dispensing.

The amount of static mixers available can feel overwhelming. We've created an easy to use static mixer finder at the top of this page to help choose the perfect mixer for your application. You can also contact one of our adhesive dispensing experts to get a recommendation on the perfect mixing nozzle to meet your needs. 

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