Metering valves

Precision, repeatability, flexibility

DOPAG metering valves are suitable for the metering and application of low to high-viscosity media such as greases, oils, adhesives, sealants and silicones. They are used in all areas of industry. The metering valves meet all the criteria required for optimal metering results: high precision, excellent reproducibility and high quality standards. 

The dispensing valves are available in three different forms:

Metering valves enable dot-form material application based on the volumetric metering principle. In each metering cycle, the contents of the metering chamber are discharged, triggered by a signal. The volume can be adjusted precisely and repeated with an extremely high level of precision in mass production. Metering valves are pneumatically controlled and cover shot sizes of 0.001 ml to 100 ml. The needle metering valve is suitable for very small volumes of up to 3 ml per shot. The chamber metering valve covers a wider range of metering volumes than the needle metering valve and also offers higher process reliability thanks to its functionality. The metering valves can be easily integrated into automated production lines. If manual application is necessary, DOPAG’s handheld metering valve offers a quick and convenient solution for use in manual workplaces. 

DOPAG’s range covers various series and different sizes, ensuring that the right valve is available for every type of application. Special fittings and adapters enable use even in complex situations.

Best selling dispensing & metering valves

  1. Chamber metering valves

    Chamber metering valves

    Chamber metering valves are used for dot application. They offer a wide range of shot sizes and feature a drip-free mechanism.

  2. Handheld metering valves

    Handheld metering valves

    DOPAG offers a variety of handheld metering valves for the manual dispensing of lubricants.

  3. Needle metering valves

    Needle metering valves

    Needle metering valves are ideal for applications requiring the application of small quantities with higher reproducibility and short cycle times.