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  • Hydraulic Pumps
    for a specific small job. In that kind of task, an air-powered intensifier lets the pneumatic system power
  • Measuring out fluids microdrop by microdrop
    Combining innovative sensors, precise pumps, valves with no dead volumes, and some elegant engineering lets designers deliver drugs and other fluids in small but accurate doses. Vice President of Technical Marketing EDITED BY STEPHEN J. MRAZ Burkert's Model 2203, a 2/2 way valve, and 6604
  • No Small Drop in the Bucket
    It's pretty remarkable when we think about how two-thirds of our Earth, and our bodies, are made up of water. With that in mind, it's no wonder why water conservation and protection is crucial to the health of our planet and ourselves. And, for fluid processing industries, it's also healthy
  • Motion Control Drives Infusion Pump
    The human body can be as much as 85% water. Small wonder, then, that one of the first lines of treatment for trauma patients like wounded soldiers is controlled fluid replacement, often at high volumes. The problem is that conventional infusion pumps are typically designed to deliver small amounts
  • Electricity Can Pump Medicine in Implanted Medical Devices
    for delivering drugs inside the body, researchers have had difficulty pumping fluid through the tiny passages that would have to be constructed inside such devices, explained , professor of mechanical engineering at Ohio State. , Conlisk and his colleagues report that a very small amount
  • Medical Device Link .
    ., Boonton, NJ 07005. Valve Deposits Fluid Dots and Beads with Speed and Accuracy A self-contained fluid-dispensing valve supplied by Techcon Systems Inc. can deposit shots as small as 0.010 in. diam at rates of five per second, or even faster. The TS5000 rotary microvalve also can continuously dispense
  • Medical Device Link .
    Pumps and valves are found in many different medical devices and manufacturing operations. By using new designs and strong materials, manufacturers are making pumps and valves last longer. These components also feature small sizes and dispense volumes, high flow rates, new connection options
  • Medical Device Link .
    of a pump poses several interesting new challenges. For example, cramming too many components in a small space has a tendency to substantially increase the operating temperature inside a device 's enclosure. Temperatures can sometimes exceed 50 C. Many diaphragm pumps that are in use today should

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