Variable-Volume Pumps

Aug. 4, 2005
The LPV Series variable-volume pumps replace conventional syringe and peristaltic pumps.

The unit's coefficient of variation is only 0.04% at full stroke. A variable-dispense volume yields greater system-design flexibility and lets designers locate pumps where fluidic requirements dictate. A bipolar stepper motor produces precise and accurate dispense and aspiration that can be software controlled. The pumps are available in 50, 250, and 750 liter volume ranges.

The Lee Co.
2 Pettipaug Rd., Box 424
West-brook, CT 06498
(860) 399-6182

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