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Cartridge Glue Guns

For cartridge adhesives, dispensers must be able to work with the right cartridge size and proportions. You will find that there are specific guns for the various cartridge adhesives. You can browse a selection of glue guns, or read about the adhesive dispeners and tips toward the bottom of this page.

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10:1 Cartridge Gun for 250 ML 10:1 Cartridge Gun for 250 ML

Cartridge glue gun designed for use with cartridge adhesives that require two parts for proper mixing at a 10:1 mix ratio.

List Price: $65.39
1:1 Cartridge Gun for 400 ML 1:1 Cartridge Gun for 400 ML

Cartridge glue gun designed for use with cartridge adhesives that require two parts for proper mixing at a 1:1 mix ratio.

List Price: $65.39
2:1 Cartridge Gun for 215 ML 2:1 Cartridge Gun for 215 ML

Cartridge glue gun designed for use with cartridge adhesives that require two parts for proper mixing at a 2:1 mix ratio.

List Price: $65.39
M200XMR Cartridge Gun M200XMR Cartridge Gun

Universal cartridge gun for adhesive products in many mix ratios including 10:1, 2:1, and 1:1 glue cartridges.

List Price: $106.00
   
 
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Cartridge Adhesive Dispensers

Glue Guns for Various Ratios

Cartridge glue is often times formulated to be most effective as a two part (or bi-component) adhesive that becomes an adhesive compound when the two parts are mixed. So, keeping the two parts separate from one another until the reaction is needed to make the product set and cure is vital. Therefore, cartridge adhesives are packaged in containers that have two "barrels" so-to-speak. Each of the cylinders in the cartridge contains the proper amount of the component needed to create the perfect reaction when mixed in the proper ratio.

To get the proper ratio from the glue gun, the cylinders are made to be proportioned so that the plunger of the cartridge gun pushes the right amount from each barrel (cylinder) of the dispenser. Some of the common proportions (or mix ratios) that cartridge adhesives are made in include:

  • 10:1
  • 2:1
  • 1:1

Mixing Tips

Bi-component cartridge glues must be properly and evenly mixed so they perform well. Therefore, specially designed mixing tips are used for the adhesive cartridges so that the two parts are mixed as they move through the tip. After "priming" the mixing tip (a.k.a. mixing nozzle) the blend of the two components needed to create the reaction is even and perfectly mixed.

Choosing the proper cartridge gun is important because the gun must be made to accommodate the right cartridge. There are though, cartridge gun that are designed to work with many cartridge types. Having a universal cartridge glue gun makes working with various adhesives easy.