Valveless Piston Pumps Ideal for Hydrogen Peroxide Metering
Apr 06 2016 Read 652 Times
Valveless, ceramic metering pumps from Fluid Metering, Inc (FMI) have proven ideal for metering concentrated hydrogen peroxide.
Hydrogen Peroxide is used in many food, pharmaceutical, and medical applications as an effective sterilising agent. Accurate dispensing of Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) is critical to container sealing during aseptic packaging process for a variety of food products.
In pharmaceutical and medical applications, vaporised hydrogen peroxide is a low temperature sterilisation method used to decontaminate everything from components and instruments to entire laboratories, cleanrooms, and hospital operating rooms.
FMI Pumps feature only one moving part, a ceramic piston, in contact with the fluid. Chemically inert and dimensionally stable, ceramics offer both excellent chemical and wear resistance. FMI Pumps also feature their CeramPump® pumping principle whereby the ceramic piston accomplishes both the pumping and valving functions resulting in a unique design that eliminates all check valves.
These features make FMI pumps ideal for OEM sterilisation equipment as they provide maintenance-free operation for millions of cycles, at a precision of 0.5% or better without the need for recalibration.
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