Precidose 2K

Precidose 2K

Two component volumetric dispensing system Precidose based on the progressive cavity pump system


Need precision when dispensing your fluids ?

Precidose 2K is a two-component volumetric dispensing system based on progressive cavity pump technology. progressive cavity pump technology, ensuring calibrated and repeatable dispensing compatible with a variety of fluids.

  • Perfectly sealed dispensing chamber
  • 1% repeatability
  • Max permissible pressure 7 bar
  • Complete valve and controller unit
  • Programmable speed and quantity
  •  Servo motor
  • Progressive cavity pump 
  • Ratio adjustable from 1:1 to 12:1
  • 4 models available to suit volume flow requirements from 0.08 to 30 ml/min.

The advantages of Precidose :

  • Made in France
  • Easy to maintain
  • Intuitive programming
  • Rapid availability of spare parts.

In need of spare parts for the maintenance ?

If you need to replace one or more components, we have spare parts available at short notice.  Maintenance is quick and easy, and can be carried out without our intervention.

How is the pump fed ? 

Precidose can be fed in a number of different ways, depending on the flow rate and volume deposited.

  • Syringes,
  • Cartridge holders,
  • Pressurised reservoirs,
  • Drum vacuum pumps.



Increase productivity – Automate your dispensing !


PRECIDOSE 1K  and 2K volumetric dispensing systems provide calibrated, repeatable dispensing compatible with all types of fluid, whether single- or two-component.

Discover our range of versatile robots compatible with our Precidose 1K and 2K.

  • Benchtop robots with 3 or 4 axes offer movement capabilities ranging from 200 to 750mm.
  • For larger components or production lines with conveyors, we offer Gantry Robots with 3 or 4 axes.
  • Our Vision Robots with 3 or 4 axes allow a greater precision, a better quality control and a simplified programming thanks to the camera.

With all our robots, programming functions, wether on software or teach pendant, are intuitive and straightforward, thus operators can use them autonomously.