Peristaltic pumps (tube pumps) can be used for many purposes and are characterised by being safe and easy to use.
They can be used for a variety of tasks, for pumping nearly all liquids including highly viscous fluids, fluids containing large amounts of solid particles, corrosive liquids and for pumping sterile liquids.
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DESCRIPTION OF PERISTALTIC PUMPS
How does a peristaltic pump work?
A peristaltic pump configuration consists of three parts:
- Pump drive
- Pump head
Peristaltic pumps are suitable for pumping various fluids with great accuracy. One of the great advantages is that the fluid does not have any direct contact with the pump as it is only being transported inside the tubing. Thus it is easy to keep your pump clean.
The illustration below shows a pump head with 3 rollers and a tubing. The rollers in the pump head compress the flexible pump tubing and as the rotor turns the rollers, the fluid is forced to move through the tubing.
Peristaltic pumps are distinguished by
- No fluid or pump contamination
- Tolerates running dry
- No valves that block or hang
- No seals which can leak
- Prevents backflow
- No rinsing and cleaning
- Rapid changeover to new tasks
- Peristaltic pumps are available with between 1-24 channels and are self-priming down to 8 metres in depth and the pumps can rotate both ways.
The peristaltic pumps are characterised by almost pulsation-free pumping with a 10-roller pump head. They are micro-processor controlled, which allow for precise dosing.
Typical industries and applications
Filtration and separation
Research and development
Water and waste water treatment
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