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- Peristaltic pump technology support online | Peri Scientific
PeriScientific smart fluid transfer and dispensing systems At PeriScientific, quality is our mission. Our customers love working with us because we produce high-quality peristaltic pumps, hoses, and accessories with an exceptionally fast turnaround. Reach out today to get an initial quote and start working together. Next day delivery Quick View X3- PeriScientific Smart Pump Systems, 0.007-2280 mL/min Price $3,036.00 New Quick View MC- PeriScientific Multi-channel Smart Pump Systems, 0.005-46 mL/min Price $2,806.00 Quick View PeriFlex Platinum-cured Silicone Tubing, 25 ft Price $57.99 Quick View PeriFlex Platinum-cured Silicone Tubing (for MC pump), 12 meters Price $88.99 Next day delivery Quick View X3- PeriScientific Smart Pump Systems, 0.007-2280 mL/min Price $3,036.00 New Quick View MC- PeriScientific Multi-channel Smart Pump Systems, 0.005-46 mL/min Price $2,806.00 Quick View PeriFlex Platinum-cured Silicone Tubing, 25 ft Price $57.99 Quick View PeriFlex Platinum-cured Silicone Tubing (for MC pump), 12 meters Price $88.99 Contact Us Global technology center 100 Naamans Road, Suite 2-F Naamans Road Business Park Claymont, DE 19703 United States email@example.com +1 302-791-0777 European technology service center Neander Trade & Consulting GmbH Berliner Allee 59 40212 Düsseldorf, Germany firstname.lastname@example.org +49 1767 2310 316
- Peristaltic Pump 101 | Peri Scientific
Peristaltic pump 101 We strive for transparency and honesty in all of our products provided to our customers. We know how often questions can come up in this industry, and we’re ready to answer all of them. Please reach out to our team members for help. What is a peristaltic pump? A Peristaltic Pump is a type of positive displacement pump used for pumping fluids contained within a flexible tube fitted inside a circular pump casing. They are also commonly known as roller pumps. The peristaltic pump used a mechanism called peristalsis to transport fluids through the tubing. Typically, a rotor with two or more rollers attached to the external circumference of the rotor compresses a flexible tube alternately. As the rotor turns, the part of the tube under compression is pinched closed (occlusion) thus forcing the fluid to be pumped through the tube to the outlet. As the tube opens to its natural state after the passing of the cam (restitution), fresh fluid is induced into the tube from the inlet. Why should you choose a peristaltic pump? There is Minimum Contamination to the fluids through the peristaltic pump. Because the only part in contact with the fluid being pumped is the interior of the tube. A surface inert tubing can be selected to transport the fluids and the tubing can be sterilized and cleaned before each use. The peristaltic pump can handle complex type of fluids including high solid content slurries, viscous, shear-sensitive and chemically aggressive fluids due to its nature. Since a fixed amount of fluid is pumped per revolution of the rotor, the peristaltic pump can be used to precisely measure the amount of fluid being transferred. The peristaltic pump design prevents backflow and siphoning, therefore requires no check valve installation . The peristaltic pump requires Minimum Maintenance during the entire life span of the operation. No valves, seals, and glands are equipped with the peristaltic pumps to make them comparatively inexpensive to operate. Most critical things you need to be aware of when using a peristaltic pump. Depending on the construction materials and the interactions with the rollers, the flexible tubing tends to degrade over time and requires periodic replacement. Pulsation effects are an intrinsic property of the peristaltic pump. The pulsation is determined by many factors, such as flow rate/rotor speed and fluid properties. Higher flow rate requires high rotor speed, therefore adds higher frequency pulsation to the fluid being transferred. Higher fluid density increases the pulsation impacts due to the stronger interactions with the rollers. Therefore, the peristaltic pumps are less suitable where a smooth consistent flow is required. An alternative type of positive displacement pump , such as a gear pump should then be considered.
- The Smart Peristaltic Pump Systems| Peri Scientific
The Smart Peristaltic Pump Systems Innovation for Scientists and Engineers There’s so much happening behind the scenes of the PeriScientific product family to ensure our users receive the most quality, reliable fluid transfer and dispensing systems possible. To bring our exceptional process equipment to light, we’ve outlined the key features below. Keep reading to learn the most advanced features you’ll receive when you choose PeriScientific. It’s not just about the products you’re buying. It’s about the entire experience. Get in touch today to learn more about our unique product features. Intuitive Interactions with You What makes a peristaltic pump smart? The PeriScientific smart peristaltic pump is designed to meet your fluid transfer and dispensing needs with superior precision and accuracy, easy operation and minimum maintenance. The ultra-bright 4.3-inch LCD touch screen control panel interactively guides you at each step of the operation to set up sophisticated dispensing procedures in just seconds. In 4 different operation modes: Continuous Dispense Mode, Volume Dispense Mode, Repeat Dispense Mode, and Schedule Dispense Mode, the human-machine interface (HMI) accepts direct process parameter input and displays readout of rotor speed, flow rate, dispensed volume, remaining time or elapsed time data all on one screen. Equipped with 2 types of easy load pump heads: EZ-1 (general purpose) and EZ-2 (heavy duty), 8 tubing size selections: #13, #14, #16, #17, #18, #25 for EZ-1 and #15, #24 for EZ-2, this complete pump system provides a broad range of flow rates (0.007-2280 mL/min) along with transfer and dispense capabilities compatible with the most complex fluid properties. It is the one-stop choice for laboratory and industrial fluid transfer and dispense applications.