medorex Peristaltic and Tube Pumps
A new tube pumps (also called peristaltic pumps) generation with very simple tube change and use. Medorex peristaltic hose pumps are the ideal solution for pumping of liquids and chemicals. The pumps work exactly and are used in all laboratories of the medical engineering, biotechnology, pharmaceutical industry and food industry. The working volume ranges of our pumps begin from the smallest capacity of micro liters per minutes for the sensitive tests at the laboratories up to liters per minute for industrial needs. The pumps have the following qualities:
- The flow rates of the tube pumps are from 0.05 µl/min up to 2000 ml/min per channel.
- The operation of the pumps is via 5 keys. The tube change is very simple.
- They can be equipped with 1 to 4 channel heads and 2-line LCD matrix display depending on the pumps-model.
- The pumps are equipped depending on models with display, the flow rates are in ml/min.
- They can be offered as microprocessor controlled pumps with variable speed 1:100, with start/stop, left and right rotation, speed calibration, timer-operation, trigger-operation.
- The degree of accuracy of the pumps is high, the linearity and reproducibility >0.3%.
- The use of 6 or 8 roller pump heads can reduce the pulsation extremely.
- The pumps can be used depending on the pump model as dosing pumps.
- The standard models are with variable or fixed speeds.
- The Pump heads can be removed very easy.
- The heads are rotable by 90°.
- The Flow rates of the pumps can be doubled via the use of additional channels.
- They can be offered with external triggering analogue / digital depending on pump-models.
- The pumps can be offered with stainless steel or aluminium case and as OEM models for the installation in other technological systems depending on pumps-model.
medorex peristaltic pumps - prospect
Based on the peristaltic principle a perfect pump can transport the fluid sterile. Furthermore it is able to pump also highly viscose media without problems.
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