peristaltic pump


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peristaltic pump

[‚per·ə‚stal·tik ′pəmp]
(mechanical engineering)
A device for moving fluids by the action of multiple, equally spaced rollers, which rotate and compress a flexible tube.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Medalist MD-50357 is a clear, slightly harder TPE (58 durometer A) for peristaltic pump tubing, which can be sterile welded and heat sealed.
Since the grapes don't come into contact with any mechanical apparatus, peristaltic pumps are considered one of the gentler options on the market to move high volumes of must.
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AxFlow has had a high profile in the European peristaltic pump market for 35 years and as a result, it has a first-class knowledge of the technology and the vast range of applications for which peristaltic pumps can be used.
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and this is where the peristaltic pump comes into its own--keeping processes running and offering high levels of reliability and functionality.
With flow ranges from 3 [micro]min to 30 ml/min and pressures to 2.5 bars, the tiny instrument-quality peristaltic pumps provide a cost-effective alternative to syringe pumps.
Sterile products in the Multi Filling peristaltic pump system contact only medical-grade silicone tubing and filling needle.
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