Dictionary EquipmentGeneral EquipmentDispensing Gun Dispensing Gun Last updated: November 4, 2017 What Does Dispensing Gun Mean? A dispensing gun is a type of applicator device used to extrude or propel sealants, bonds, thick coatings and other impression materials onto a surface. They are typically used to apply surface protective substances to corners, bends and other hard to reach areas. Advertisement Corrosionpedia Explains Dispensing Gun Dispensing guns have precision tips that help improve the accuracy and distribution of a coating material or adhesive. Gun tips may be affixed to the gun, and are available in various lengths and widths to suit any application and surface location. Dispensing guns can be used for a variety of substances such as caulk or hot melt. These guns can be used for release and deposit purposes only, not metering or mixing. A mixer may be affixed to the gun where mixing is required. Advertisement Share This Term> Related Terms Brazing Gun Electric Arc Gun Detonation Gun Two-Component Spray Gun Coating Adhesion Sealant Caulking Compound Related Reading Flange Corrosion Repair & Protection: Isolating the Sealing Face Emergency In-Situ Repair Problems & Surface-Tolerant Solutions The Composition of a Paint Coating Effective Home Remedies for Treating Surface Corrosion An Expert Guide To Accurate Cathodic Protection Measurements Leveraging AI for Enhanced Corrosion Control in Oil Pipelines Tags Corrosion Prevention Equipment Equipment Application Methods Corrosion Prevention Tools General Equipment Trending Articles Corrosion An Introduction to the Galvanic Series: Galvanic Compatibility and Corrosion Chemical Compound 5 Most Common Types of Metal Coatings that Everyone Should Know About Asset Management Understanding Aluminum Corrosion Asset Management If Copper is a Noble Metal then Why Are My Pipes Corroding?