Peristaltic Dosing Pump System
Computer Controlled Peristaltic Pump System
Digital Dosing Pump

Contents;
Pump Device Program, Software, Adapter 
USB Cable, Connectors, Free Installation Support 
Dimensions: Length 17 cm Width 19 cm Height 14 cm

 

Peristaltic Dosing Pump Analog Pump Device

Contents;
Pump Device, Adapter, USB Cable, Connectors, Free Installation Support 
Dimensions: Length 23 cm Width 19 cm Height 14 cm

 

 

 

Digital Pump Technical Specifications
The system works in both gases and liquids. 
Dosing precision is 0.1 ml/min. 
Minimum Dosing 0.22 ml/min.  
Maximum Dosing 21.7 ml/min.  
Minimum Operating Temperature -10 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature +60°C
It works with 220 V.
It communicates with USB.

 

Analog Pump Technical Specifications

The system works in both gases and liquids.  
Dosing is adjusted manually. 
It works with 220 V. 
There is an on-off switch and a power signal lamp. 
Maximum Dosing 1 liter/min.

RANGE OF APPLICATION
Boğaziçi University - Institute of Environmental Sciences
Thin film coating in the oven.
Ceramic coating.
The fasteners used are temperature resistant.

What is a Peristaltic Pump?

Peristaltic pumps are volumetric pumps that work on the principle of peristalsis and apply pressure to the liquid with a blockage that moves along the hose.  It consists of a rotor on which 2 or more rollers or pads rotate, a flexible elastic hose and an electric motor.  The biggest advantage of peristaltic pumps is that the liquid is transported in a completely closed tube system.  Therefore, the liquid does not come into contact with the pump itself, and the tube can be cleaned and sterilized after use. 

The first roll is rolled towards the hose by compression. This creates a vacuum that sucks and pulls liquid. When the liquid reaches delivery, the second cylinder restarts the process. 

The hose is the only part of the pump that comes into contact with the liquid and therefore must be chemically compatible with the liquid and also mechanically resistant to friction and squeezing action. The main feature of the hose is its flexibility, which allows the hose to deform and return to its original shape, as it ensures its long life and recreates the suction conditions. The main feature of the hose is its flexibility, which allows the hose to deform and return to its original shape, as it ensures its long life and recreates the suction conditions. The hose is usually made of silicone and/or PVC materials.

Rollers are mechanical elements that press the liquid. 2 or more can be used to increase the flow rate, to reduce the pulsation of the pumped liquid, to maximize the flow rate. 

Peristaltic pumps are used in operations that require the liquid not to come into contact with the pump (hazardous liquids that must not be contaminated, etc.) or in applications with highly viscous fluids or a large number of suspended solids. This type of pump allows the flow rate to be calibrated, making it suitable for dosing operations because gear motors can be applied to select the number of RPM.  

The peristaltic pump is an easy-to-use device that can be used for many purposes.

Advantages;
Self-Priming,  
Suitable for viscous fluids rich in suspended solids,
Suitable for dosing,
Trouble-free dry running.
Measures and transfers liquids for polymer thick film production.