Press Release Summary:
Able to accurately dispense liquids in adjustable volumes from 30–80 ÂµL/stroke, solenoid-driven FMM80 supports head materials that enable transfer of virtually all liquids, whether neutral or aggressive, and can be mounted in any position using manifold or tubing. Pump can be driven with single impulses to deliver discrete micro-volumes or operated with pulsed signal at frequencies up to 10 Hz to provide continuous flow rates up to 48 mL/min. Service life exceeds 500 million strokes.
Original Press Release:
KNF FMM80 Solenoid-Driven Diaphragm Metering Pump Accurately Dispenses Liquids in Range of Adjustable Volumes
The new KNF FMM80 solenoid-driven diaphragm metering pump introduces an ideal solution to dispense liquids accurately in adjustable volumes between 30 µl/stroke and 80 µl/stroke. This pump – the latest in a growing family of KNF solenoid pump solutions and engineered to achieve significantly higher dose rates – can be driven with single impulses to deliver discrete micro-volumes or can be operated with a pulsed signal at a frequency up to 10Hz to provide continuous flow rates up to 48 ml/min. Typical applications include medical devices and diagnostic equipment, industrial dosing systems, inkjet printers, water treatment systems, and fuel cells, among many others.
The FMM80 pump offers industry-leading service life (more than 500 million strokes), integrates a patented noise-suppression system for quiet-running operation, remains flow-tight in both directions with pressures of 14.5 PSIG at rest, exhibits stability against varying pressure, and sustains high repeatability over the pump¡¦s entire lifetime. The pump¡¦s diaphragm and patented valve system contribute to overall reliability and high performance.
A wide selection of available head materials (PP, PVDF, EPDM, FFPM, or PTFE) enable the transfer of virtually all liquids, whether neutral or aggressive, and the pump can be mounted easily in any position using either a manifold or tubing. Value-added accessories include pressure control valves and pulsation dampeners and custom pump solutions can be developed to meet particular application needs.
Contact David H. Vanderbeck, Business Development Manager, KNF Neuberger, Inc., 2 Black Forest Road, Trenton, NJ 08691-1810 USA. Phone: 609-890-8600. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.knfOEM.com