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Albion Engineering Company is pleased to introduce three new Mid-Handle Air Powered Dispensing Tools for sealants, caulks and adhesives. Designed for use in Industrial & Construction applications, including factory production, there are models for each popular material package category: 10oz Car...

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Force, Thrust, and Pressure

Choosing the right tool for an application requires an understanding of the relationship between the Force (thrust) created Drive System and Pressures (PSI) within the Material Containment Unit (MCU). Above is the standard engineering equation we use every day at Albion. Note the decrease in pres...

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How Fast is Fast

POWERFUL, FAST, & RELIABLE!  A Cordless Gun can dramatically decrease the amount of time on a work site. For example, a DL-59-T13E with a 2” barrel can fill a 1/4 inch x 1/8 inch joint the length of a football field, in less than 2 minutes. That’s greater than 150 feet per minute. Unlike...

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Drives are like Gears of a Bike

FACT: CAULKING GUN DRIVES ARE JUST LIKE THE GEARS OF A RACING BIKE: When choosing among drive systems, it is important to remember that the force needed to dispense thin (low viscosity) materials is much less than that needed for thicker (higher viscosity) materials.  Long nozzles generate s...

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Viper Line

Basic guns designed for simple jobs. Typically offered at hardware, paint, and DIY stores. We add to their value with our engineering and quality control. Drives in this category are R5, R6B & H10. H10 Drive: R5 And R6 Manual Drives are excellent for low-cost sealants and applications where t...

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