Mohno Dispenser

Structure and Principle

High-accuracy, Metered Dispensing

Structure of Mohno Dispensers

The standard structure of Mohno Dispensers is the same as Mohno Pumps and features a progressing cavity pump that uses rotary positive-displacement. The central part is composed of a rotor equivalent to male threads and a stator equivalent to female threads. In the gap between the rotor and the stator, a series of independent sealed chambers called "cavities" is created.

Principle of Mohno Dispensers

When the rotor turns in the stator, a suction force that draws in high-viscosity fluids is produced, and as each new cavity is created, the cavities move toward the dispense end. Fluid drawn into the cavity is conveyed in a sealed chamber and continuously conveyed forward.

The cross-sectional area of each cavity is always constant regardless of the position of the rotor, enabling a constant flow rate that is directly proportional to the rotational speed of the rotor.

At any cross-section perpendicular to the shaft, the cross-sectional area of the cavities created by the rotor and the stator is always constant, enabling non-pulsating, metered conveyance.
Here's a video that will explain to you about the structure and principle of the Mohno Pump

Features and Advantages

Mohno Dispensers can, by working on the principles of progressing cavity pumps, perform high-accuracy dispensing.

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