Multifunctional Pump for Automated Dosing of Liquids
Aug 10 2017 Read 353 Times
Systec Mediapump, the programmable multifunction pump for the manual or automated dosing of fluids from Systec GmbH, is available right now in a new and improved design. The performance of the electronically controlled peristaltic pump with its practical functionality and ease of operation speaks for itself.
The dosing volume can be set from 0.1 ml to 99,999.9 ml. The system works with an accuracy of ± 0.5%, ensuring reproducible results thanks to its automatic calibration. Individually parameterisable programs are available in addition to the simple manual filling process.
A robust precision roller mechanism ensures the highest possible dosing accuracy even at high flow rates exceeding 2,500 ml/min, with the special roller head ensuring a continuous fluid flow with minimum pulsation. The Systec Mediapump is also particularly suitable for filling petri dishes with hot and viscous media.
Thanks to its well thought out design, the Systec Mediapump can also be used as a component of automated processes. It offers a high degree of flexibility because different tube sets can be programmed and used reproducibly. A novel tube bed mechanism facilitates the task of changing the tube sets.
All the functions are clearly laid out on the touchscreen of the Systec Mediapump together with the permanent display of the different parameters.
Different languages and colour settings can be selected via the touchscreen.
Features include: high quality industrial touch screen and smooth housing surfaces from stainless steel for effective wipe disinfection; reverse function prevents media from gelling in the tube set if the pump is out of use for longish periods; start and stop function can be operated either by hand or foot switch; fully flexible stand with holder for the discharge nozzle; easy to service modular construction and compact design; ideal for the use with the Systec Mediaprep media preparators.
For more information go to www.systec-lab.com
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