Peristaltic Pump

Peristaltic Pump

Product Details:

  • Color Gray
  • Operate Method 100% duty cycle
  • Product Type Peristaltic Pump
  • Usage Industrial
  • Voltage 230V AC / 50 Hz Volt (v)
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Peristaltic Pump Price and Quantity

  • 1 Unit

Peristaltic Pump Product Specification

  • Gray
  • 100% duty cycle
  • Industrial
  • 230V AC / 50 Hz Volt (v)
  • Peristaltic Pump

Peristaltic Pump Trade Information

  • 10-15 Days
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  • All India

Product Description

A positive displacement pump used to transfer fluids through a tube or hose is called a peristaltic pump. It is sometimes referred to as a hose pump, roller pump, or tubing pump. A flexible tube or hose serves as the pump's main component, and a set of rollers or shoes squeeze the tube to force fluid through it. The peristaltic pump works by compressing the tubing against a rigid surface using the rollers or shoes, which creates a vacuum that sucks the fluid into the tube. The compression and relaxation of the tubing caused by the movement of the rollers or shoes causes the fluid to be pushed through the tube and out of the pump.

Peristaltic pumps are frequently employed in a wide range of applications, including industrial processes, laboratory equipment, and medical devices. They are frequently utilised in situations where precision fluid distribution is necessary, as well as situations where a sterile or contamination-free environment is necessary.

Peristaltic pumps have a low shear rate, which enables them to handle delicate or sensitive fluids without endangering them. This is one of its key benefits. They can easily start pumping fluids since they are self-priming, which eliminates the need for additional priming processes. Peristaltic pumps, in general, are a dependable and adaptable form of pump that may be utilised in a range of applications where precise and exact fluid delivery is essential. 

FAQs of Peristaltic Pump:

1. How do you define a peristaltic pump?

Ans - An example of a positive displacement pump used to move a variety of fluids is the peristaltic pump. It works by applying pressure to a flexible tube or hose that is attached to a spherical pump case, causing the fluid inside to flow through the tube.

2. What kinds of fluids can a peristaltic pump pump?

Ans - An extensive range of fluids, including water, fuels, acids, bases, and other viscous fluids, can be pumped using peristaltic pumps, to name just a few.

3. What are the advantages of peristaltic pump use?

Ans - The fundamental advantage of employing a peristaltic pump is that the fluid is enclosed within of a flexible tube or hose as opposed to being exposed to the pump's internal workings, which lowers the risk of contamination or pump damage. Peristaltic pumps are also capable of delivering precise, constant flow rates and need little upkeep.

4. How durable are peristaltic pumps?

Ans - The type of pump, the calibre of the parts, and the operating environment all affect a peristaltic pump's lifespan. In general, peristaltic pumps are made to function reliably for many years.

5. How loud are peristaltic pumps?

Ans - Due to the lack of spinning components and the sound-dampening properties of the flexible tube or hose, peristaltic pumps are often quite quiet.
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EL-23, 24, Near DNA Press, Mahape,
New Mumbai - 400710, Maharashtra, India.
Tel: 91-22-40413131
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