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Increase Efficiency and Safety with Advanced Fluidics Technology

Innovative pumps offer precise, pulsation-free fluid handling with greater reliability and consistency and reduced operational costs 

Research and manufacturing labs from all fields rely on precise, consistent fluid transfer for incredibly diverse applications. Most labs are familiar with the challenges—like pulsation, leaks, and labor-intensive upkeep—and trade-offs of conventional pump technologies. Labs traditionally need to choose between important needs, such as accuracy and precision or continuous flow, safe handling of hazardous liquids or flexibility and adaptability, high reproducibility or easy maintenance and operation. Advancements in pump technology provide consistent, precise performance across various processes with minimal setup and maintenance to meet the rigorous demands of research and industry. 

Increase Efficiency and Safety with Advanced Fluidics Technology

Problems with fluid transfer can range in impact from inconvenient to catastrophic. Labor-intensive set-up or maintenance can be disruptive and strain lab resources, negatively impacting productivity and operating costs. Inconsistent flow rates reduce reproducibility. Malfunctions can lead to high material waste and lost time, especially if work must be repeated. In addition to downtime, leaks can form major safety hazards.

Syringe pumps can provide high precision and accuracy, but require considerable hands-on time. Traditional diaphragm pumps can operate for long periods with no capacity limits, but typically cause pulsing flow that reduces control and the quality and reliability of results. Highly reactive chemicals and delicate samples both rely on fully sealed systems to protect operators and materials.

Advanced diaphragm pump technology addresses these challenges across industries, sectors, and applications with smooth, continuous flow and easy setup and maintenance. It enables lab managers to achieve higher standards of safety, efficiency, and productivity in their operations.

Download this article with accompanying case studies and a five-minute maintenance checklist now to learn about the solutions that:

  • Improve lab safety with features that protect both the user and the integrity of the sample for safe and reliable handling of sensitive and hazardous substances.
  • Enhance precision and reproducibility with pulsation-free consistent, long-term continuous flow
  • Simplify set-up and maintenance tasks for tool-free parts replacement and pump head changes to increase efficiency and reliability
  • Safeguard processes from issues like overpressure or pressure loss conditions or power disruptions
  • Enable demanding applications like micro-drops for synthesis tests, organic synthesis with air- or water-reactive chemicals, and liquid transfer with long-term, spectroscopic measurements

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