Diaphragm Pumps for Air, Gas and Vapours
Sep 15 2009
Diaphragm pumps were first added to the KNF product range in 1962, and since then, KNF have consistently set new standards for pump technology – not just because they could, but because their customers wanted them to.
The products are ideal for a wide range of applications, from chemical and process engineering to medical equipment and laboratories. KNFLab is a division of KNF Neuberger dedicated to the specific needs of
Whatever the size of your laboratory, whether you need a simple, flexible, goanywhere pump or a comprehensive, fully integrated pump system, KNFLab has a wide range of pumps to offer.
The comprehensive range of off-the-shelf products includes LABOPORT, LABOXACT, LABOBASE and other well-established brands. Some models are modular so that you can choose exactly the specifications that your laboratory needs. Alternatively, for laboratories needing a more complex pump system, KNFLab’s skilled engineers will guide you through every stage – from initial planning and assessment through to full implementation and installation.
Whichever option you choose, the KNFLab name guarantees you a 100% oilfree pump constructed from chemically resistant materials to cope with solvents and corrosives enhancing the life of the pump and giving minimal maintenance.
The New Generation of LABOPORT pumps have been designed to offer the laboratory user lower operating noise levels using patented valve technology and advanced sound damping techniques, all versions are fitted with the unique KNF structured diaphragms as standard.
These heavy-duty portable laboratory pumps are offered in a wide range of flow options and vacuum performance to meet the needs of a broad range of laboratory applications, but in particular filtration, rotary evaporation, distillation and gel drying.
For more information on the full range from KNFLab visit our website
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