Pressurise the reservoir pressure chamber (15) by turning the knob on your air dispenser pressure regulator clockwise. Adjust to a pressure that is appropriate to the fluid you are filling.
Some common settings are as follows:
5psi for low viscosity fluids 80psi for high viscosity fluids.
Caution: Over pressurising the reservoir pressure chamber may cause the empty syringe reservoir to fill very rapidly with the possibility of fluid overflow. To avoid this start with a relatively low pressure setting and test. If nothing happens increase the pressure in small increments and repeat testing until you optimise your fill time.
Insert piston to the bottom of the barrel.
Locate an empty syringe barrel and the matching wiper piston and insert the piston to the bottom of the barrel.
Attach the empty reservoir to the 90-degree elbow by turning clockwise.
Press the foot pedal on your dispenser until material starts to flow and the piston moves up the barrel toward the top. Release the foot pedal when the piston is approx 3/4 up the syringe barrel. Enough space needs to be left so an air adapter can be attached without touching the piston.
Remove the filled syringe by turning anti clockwise, attach a tip cap to the dispensing end and an end cap to the top end.
Twist on the barrel to the elbow fitting.
Repeat steps 1 to 7 for your next syringe barrel.
Plastic pistons work best with most materials. If the piston is not pushed down to the bottom of the syringe, an air pocket will appear.
All fittings and components are silicone free plastics so will not contaminate materials being used.