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Chemical pump 500HP
for gasstepper motor-drivensyringe

chemical pump
chemical pump
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Characteristics

Media
for chemicals, for gas
Operation
stepper motor-driven
Technology
syringe
Domain
industrial
Other characteristics
digital, low-flow
Applications
high-pressure
Flow

Min.: 0 l/min (0 us gal/min)

Max.: 0.204 l/min (0.0539 us gal/min)

Pressure

Min.: 0.7 bar (10.153 psi)

Max.: 344.7 bar (4,999.451 psi)

Description

The 500HP syringe pump provides precise, predictable flow and pressure control at flow rates from sub-microliter to 204 mL/min. Exceptional low-flow stability at up to 345 bar (5,000 psi) makes this the ideal pump for high pressure applications from deep well core analysis to multi-dimensional capillary LC using small-bore packed capillary columns. The D-series controller has a keypad and LCD, as well as built-in and optional interfaces for computer control and other devices. Programming is easy and flexible, with instant access to menu screens even when the pump is running. This allows you to change operating parameters on the fly. An optional extension cable lets you locate the controller up to 15 meters (50 feet) from the pump. The 500HP pump module has a single-ratio drive train with auto-lubricating gears for long life and low maintenance. Special fittings are used to prevent leaks and ensure safety at maximum pressure. Wetted materials are compatible with most aqueous and organic liquids, corrosive solutions, heated fluids, liquefied gases, viscous fluids, or slurries and pastes. Standard Features Constant flow or pressure with up to four pumps Gradient LC programming Flow or pressure programming with a single pump RS-232/485 serial interface Analog voltage inputs Digital inputs and outputs

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