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New Easy-to-Operate Peristaltic Pump

Oct 18 2019 Read 214 Times

The purpose of a peristaltic pump is to pump fluids from A to B. This type of pump has been used for many years in a wide range of analytical devices to pump samples or reagents into the device.

Increasing automation in the laboratory has led to a demand for easy-to-operate pumping systems that do not require pressure to be set individually. In the new EasyClick pump from Spetec the tube is placed in a compact unit that can simply be clicked into place. A spring mechanism automatically adjusts the pressure applied as the tube wears.

By means of the tube, peristaltic pumps are suitable for continuous operation of liquids. Hence, the fluid does not come into contact with moving parts.

Depending on the size of the pump head a peristaltic pump can be fitted with one to five channels. For low-pulsation and continuous pumping a high number of rollers is required. Quantities ranging from µL/min to L/min can be pumped in line with the size of the pump head and the tube diameter.

Spetec’s in-house design department adapts the pump to match customer needs.

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