A syringe pump is a small positive displacement pump used to gradually dose precise amounts of fluid for use in chemical and biomedical research.
Why use a laboratory syringe pump?
The top three reasons to use a ECHIP syringe pump in your research:
- No pulsation
Syringe pump systems offer multiple orders of magnitude, better precision, and much better accuracy than their medical syringe pump counterparts. In addition, ECHIP syringe pumps have no pulsation, compared to peristaltic or piston pumps, which ensures a continuous flow.
How low can flow and volume delivery go?
Nanoliter flow rates and volumetric accuracy are easily achievable with any ECHIP syringe pump.
Operational elements of a syringe pump:
- Pusher Block: contacts the plunger, initiating flow.
- Syringe Clamps: hold syringes in place during operation.
- Release Nut: allows manual positioning of syringe pusher block.
- Interface: lets you to easily program in flow rates and volumes—with programming that allows you lookup syringe sizes and schedule delay times.
Manual micro syringe pump is a convenient instrument for controlled dispensing or withdrawal of fluids. It provides economical method for any application requiring injecting / withdrawing a calibrated volume under manual control. It can be employed in applications like chromatography, micro injections etc.
Smooth and continuous mode of operation
Automatic dispensing of small volumes
Better flow performance
Easy to configure
Vibration and noise free working
Choice of unit selection for flow rate & Duration / Target volume
RS-232 interface for computerizing
Constant delivery of fluids
Compatible with glass, plastic and SS syringes
Front panel with keyboard and display for programming
Non-volatile memory of all parameters and programming
Unparalleled ease of use
In Built syringe table
Dispensing accuracy of +/- 1 %