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Pure water pump mzr-2521
for solventsoilwith DC motor

pure water pump
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Characteristics

Media
for pure water, for solvents, oil
Operation
with DC motor
Priming
self-priming
Technology
gear
Domain
industrial, laboratory, for medical applications
Applications
diagnostic, dosing, high-precision, filling
Material
ceramic
Fluid specification
for low-viscosity fluids, for medium-viscosity products
Protection level
wear-resistant
Other characteristics
for low flow rates, compact, small, micro, analytical, low-capacity, low-pressure
Flow

Max.: 0.009 l/min (0.0024 us gal/min)

Min.: 0.0001 l/min (0 us gal/min)

Pressure

Max.: 1.5 bar (21.756 psi)

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

Power

3 W (0 hp)

Description

Dosing pump for analytical instrumentation The compact micro annular gear pump mzr-2521 of the low pressure series is an innovative pump concept for use in analytical instrumentation. The pump generates a low pulsation, highly precise flow featuring low shear stress. It dispenses at a high precision the lowest volumes in microliter range. Due to its compact design small dimensions have been achieved. The pump is suitable for dosage of low viscosity liquids such as deionized water, watery solutions, methanol, solvents, oil and lubricants. Advantages - Compact dimensions diameter 13 mm, length 75 mm - Small dosage volumes, high flow rates smallest volume 0.25 µl, flow up to 9 ml/min - High dosage precision precision CV 1 % at low volumes - Long service life wear-resistant tungsten carbide or ceramics - Low pulsation delivery, low shear stress rotary micro annular gear technology Applications - Analytical instrumentation - Fuel cells - Laboratory automation - In vitro diagnostics

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