New Variable Volume Dispense Pump Guide
Sep 17 2021
Dispense pumps generate the fluid movement needed for aspirating and dispensing spe¬cific volumes of fluid. The system’s requirements, including accuracy, pressure, flow rate, fluidic properties, longevity, and reliability will determine the type of pump needed for your application.
The Lee Co has just published a very comprehensive technical guide for the operation of their variable volume pumps. This guide provides extensive information for determining how to use Lee variable volume pumps effectively and efficiently in your designs.
Split into nine sections - pump mechanics, pump operation, fluid properties, common fluidic circuits, application development kits, best practices, troubleshooting and a glossary of terms - it looks at the key considerations when selecting a pump to best meet the needs of your application.
As a leading provider of high quality pumps and valves, The Lee Company understands the varied demands and requirements of fluidic, electrical, and mechanical pump operation.
The guide distils the company’s in-depth knowledge of pumping solutions for numerous applications into clear and easy-to-understand explanations of the factors that need to be considered. It is essential reading for anyone using variable volume pumps.
Lee variable volume pumps are intended for a long and maintenance-free life, even when dispensing aggressive fluids. These pumps are designed with innovative solutions developed by The Lee Company to minimise wear and maintain performance over the life of the pump.
The Lee Company offers a wide variety of variable volume pump models, along with options to further customise performance to meet the needs of specific applications. Visit the website or contact your local Lee Technical Sales Engineer to learn more.
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