Drifton offers a wide range of pump tubing for peristaltic pumps, all of which are designed to meet specific user needs.
In a peristaltic pump, the flow rate is determined by both the size of the tubing and the pump speed. Larger tubing produces faster flow rates.
Choose the tubing that is most cost-effective for you. You can also choose whether the tubing should be resistant to temperature, abrasion, chemicals and permeation, or whether it should be used in a clean, sterile or inert environment.
You can choose between the basic tubing for single-channel pumps or colour-coded micro flow tubing that has three stoppers and is designed for multi-channel pump heads.
CHOOSE TYPE OF PERISTALTIC PUMP TUBING
You can choose from peristaltic pump tubing for
- Pharmaceutical and medical use
- Biological applications
- Industrial use
- MEK and other aggressive solvents
- Concentrated acids and corrosive solvents
- Sensitive liquids
- Gasoline, kerosene, fuel oil, cutting compounds and glycol-based coolants
Regulatory approval is particularly important in the pharmaceutical industry, where everything that comes into contact with the final product must conform to specific standards and guidelines. As a result, many tubing materials are designed to meet these various regulatory approvals, including those issued by the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP), European Pharmacopoeia (EP), U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and National Sanitation Foundation (NSF).
Recommendation for new tubing
New tubing requires a running-in period if constant and reproducible flow rates are required. It is recommended that new tubing be placed in the pump head and run-in with water or the mediumfor at least 1 to 3 hours before the application is started.
Service life of tubing in peristaltic pumps
The service life of the tubing in peristaltic pumps is affected by the conditions of use and the equipment used. In addition, it depends on the size and thickness of the wall of the tubing. The data on the life span of the tubing is for information only and should not be used for specification purposes.
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