When pharmaceutical producers or specialty chemical processers have to automate R&D, lab, or manufacturing filling of small volumes of high-value product with exceptional accuracy, Intellitech’s i-FILL Micro pump is designed for the job. เกจ์ลมsumo is the latest addition to the company’s i-FILL family of precision liquid dispensing pump know-how and single-use systems.
When pharmaceutical producers or specialty chemical processers need to automate R&D, lab, or manufacturing filling of small volumes of high-value product with exceptional 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 know-how and single-use techniques. To keep away from wasting any high-value product, which might take months to formulate and be price 1000’s of dollars per ml, the system is designed to pump dry and doesn’t drip between dishing out batches. This eliminates product loss on the finish of a batch run.
Intellitech’s i-FILL micro pump offers extremely exact, repeatable dispensing of 100mcl to 15ml with single stroke capacity and bigger volumes are attainable with multiple strokes. The micro pump delivers repeatable liquid filling accuracy +/-.5% of the supposed volume. In comparability, conventional pump accuracy is often inside 1-2%.
As an different selection to peristaltic pump expertise, the i-FILL Micro pump design, a hybrid of a diaphragm and piston pump, is gentler and more dependable when dishing out biologics or specialty chemicals.
The micro pump is designed for use with Intellitech’s sterile, single-use liquid measuring and allotting system and kit, which eliminates the need to clear and sterilize gear between batches. Intellitech’s i-FILL family of precision liquid dishing out pump expertise and single-use techniques have run tens of millions of cycles in pharmaceutical and chemical allotting functions.
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