Laboratory peristaltic pump, as the name implies, is a peristaltic pump used in a laboratory environment. Laboratory peristaltic pumps have the characteristics of cleanliness, low shear force, good sealing performance, and high transmission accuracy, which are loved by the staff. So how to select the laboratory peristaltic pump? Compared with the factory production line and other places, the peristaltic pump used in the laboratory is somewhat different. Under normal circumstances, peristaltic pumps used in the laboratory will take into account the following points:
1. Volume size
The space in the laboratory is not large, so the volume of the peristaltic pump is relatively small and easy to place, but it cannot reduce other functions of its own.
2. Low noise design
The general laboratory peristaltic pumps are designed with low noise, because the laboratory environment is relatively quiet, in order to avoid affecting the work of the staff.
3. Flow range and function
When choosing a peristaltic pump for laboratory use, pay attention to the required flow range and flow control function in the experiment. Whether you need a touch screen and whether it has a timing and quantitative function should be clear.
4. Peristaltic pump hose
The peristaltic pump is composed of three parts: the driver, the pump head of the peristaltic pump, and the hose of the peristaltic pump. The hose is an important part of the liquid transmission, so you must pay attention to the performance of the peristaltic pump hose when choosing. If the liquid to be transferred is corrosive.
5. After-sales and service
A peristaltic pump manufacturer with a complete production and service system. It is very helpful for the problems encountered in the later period of the peristaltic pump. Maintenance is also very convenient. Shenchen peristaltic pumps are not only cost-effective, and there is no need to worry about after-sales problems. If you want to know more about Shenchen Peristaltic Pump, you can learn about it through online customer service or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.