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Water pump 65D
stepper motor-drivensyringeindustrial

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Characteristics

Media
water
Operation
stepper motor-driven
Technology
syringe
Domain
industrial
Other characteristics
heavy-duty, rugged, stainless steel
Applications
dispensing, high-pressure
Flow

Max.: 0.025 l/min (0.0066 us gal/min)

Min.: 0 l/min (0 us gal/min)

Pressure

Max.: 1,390 bar (20,160.246 psi)

Min.: 0.7 bar (10.153 psi)

Description

The new 65D is our best pump for very high pressures or very low flow rates. A dual-pump A65 system is available. Standard Features 65D pump has 1/4" F-250 fittings for secure high-pressure connections. Rugged single-ratio drive train has auto-lubricating gears to assure long life and low maintenance. Each ISCO D-Series syringe pump is bench tested at the factory. Exclusive "Smart Key" controller. All ISCO D-series pumps use the same controller that can operate any four pump modules, either independently or together. Operating modes include: Single pump independent constant flow or pressure Single pump flow - or pressure - ramp programming Single pump dispensing Dual pump continuous constant flow or pressure Dual pump concentration gradients Four-pump configured systems RS-232/485 serial interface for computer control or monitoring of operating parameters. Redundant safety is designed in. All D-Series pumps have mechanical and electrical fail-safes, in addition to the factory default or user-set limits. Corrosion resistance. Nitronic 50 - the standard material for cylinders, pistons, and caps - is an austenitic stainless steel with outstanding strength and corrosion resistance. Standard seals are heavy-duty, graphite-impregnated Teflon, providing very long life under harsh operating conditions.

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