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Meters fluids in micro or nano litre quantities

Hydraulics & Pneumatics

Syringe Pump
Syringe Pump

The Symax Syringe Pump from Spetec is used to meter fluids in micro or nano litre quantities and features a stepper motor drive, precision carriage, syringe holder set and replaceable syringes.

Main features

The stepper motor is connected directly without gears to the drive spindle, so reducing the mechanical play between the drive and the syringe to a minimum. This results in a direct connection between the input pulse signal and liquid output. Due to the high resolution of 25 600 steps per revolution, the motion of the individual steps is virtually undetectable. The delivery range lies between 0,5 nano litres and 44 ml per minute. The pump can be used autonomously with a foot switch or integrated into a system.

Configuration

• Freely selectable syringes with corresponding syringe holder

• Custom syringe versions according to customer requirements

• Stepper Motor

• Controlled via PC software

• Automatic filling cycle (switching via controlled 3-way valve).

Posted on January 25, 2018 - (89 views)
Spetec GmbH
Berghamer Str. 2
85435 Erding - Germany
+49-8122/99533
+49-8122/10397
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