Product News: Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment
Metering Pumps dispense air-sensitive, crystal forming fluids.
Press Release Summary:
February 15, 2012 - Available with isolation gland to provide fluid barrier between pumped process fluid and atmosphere, Miniature H Series Valveless Pump Heads provide maintenance-free dispensing of saline-based reagents, buffers and wash fluids, slurries, abrasive fluids, inks, and anaerobic fluids. Isolation gland is connected to barrier liquid or gas source via barbed fittings. Pumps can be configured with AC, DC, hazardous duty, pneumatic, and stepper drive options, as well as programmable dispensing systems.
Original Press Release
New Pump Easily Handles Air Sensitive, Crystallizing Fluids
Press release date: February 13, 2012
FMI's miniature "H" Series Pump Heads are now available with an isolation gland to provide a fluid barrier between the pumped process fluid and atmosphere. These pumps are ideal for maintenance-free dispensing of saline based reagents, buffers & wash fluids, slurries, abrasive fluids, fluids with particulates, inks, pigments, anaerobic fluids, dialysate used for hemodialysis, and much more.
Isolation gland pumps have a pair of extra ports which are connected to a fluid source (either liquid or gas). The fluid flowing through the gland ports provides a barrier which isolates the pumped process fluid from the seal area and atmosphere. The isolation gland is easily connected to the "barrier" liquid or gas source via barbed fittings.
FMI's "H" Series Pump Heads can be configured with all of FMI's drive options including AC, DC, hazardous duty, pneumatic & stepper, as well as programmable dispensing systems. Fluid Metering, Inc. has over 50 years experience and more than 250,000 OEM Pumps in service. They provide dispensers and pumps for the most critical low flow, high precision applications. Details are available at the Fluid Metering website: www.fmipump.com/oem.html,
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