When pharmaceutical manufacturers or specialty chemical processers need to automate R&D, lab, or manufacturing filling of small volumes of high-value product with distinctive accuracy, Intellitech’s i-FILL Micro pump is designed for the job. It is the most recent addition to the company’s i-FILL household of precision liquid dishing out pump technology and single-use techniques.
When pharmaceutical manufacturers or specialty chemical processers must automate R&D, lab, or production filling of small volumes of high-value product with distinctive accuracy, Intellitech’s i-FILL Micro pump is designed for the job. It is the most recent addition to the company’s i-FILL family of precision liquid dispensing pump expertise and single-use systems. To keep away from losing any high-value product, which can take months to formulate and be value hundreds of dollars per ml, the device is designed to pump dry and doesn’t drip between allotting batches. This eliminates product loss at the finish of a batch run.
Intellitech’s i-FILL เพรสเชอร์เกจน้ำ offers extremely precise, repeatable allotting of 100mcl to 15ml with single stroke capability and bigger volumes are attainable with multiple strokes. The micro pump delivers repeatable liquid filling accuracy +/-.5% of the meant volume. In comparability, standard pump accuracy is normally inside 1-2%.
As a substitute for peristaltic pump technology, the i-FILL Micro pump design, a hybrid of a diaphragm and piston pump, is gentler and extra dependable when dispensing biologics or specialty chemical compounds.
The micro pump is designed for use with Intellitech’s sterile, single-use liquid measuring and allotting system and package, which eliminates the necessity to clear and sterilize equipment between batches. Intellitech’s i-FILL household of precision liquid allotting pump expertise and single-use techniques have run tens of millions of cycles in pharmaceutical and chemical dishing out functions.
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