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Compressors and vacuum pumps are the heart of many medical devices, such as diagnostic equipment, oxygen generators, aspirators, and nebulizers. Unlike many other applications, however, the special... (View Full Article)
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Beyond the basics such as flow rate, temperature, voltage and media compatibility, there are a host of other critical issues necessary to determine the best pump for your system design. The... (View Full Article)
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Pumps serve as dynamic subsystems and the days are long gone when designers were forced to compromise with standard products that could not be modified for a particular application. Today,... (View Full Article)
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All diaphragm process pumps for use with gases and vapors share certain fundamental characteristics, including relatively simple construction, oil-free operation without maintenance, high gas... (View Full Article)
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Given the number of device applications that involve the transfer of a gas or liquid, it is no wonder pump technology is such a signifi cant part of many healthcare-related products. In addition,... (View Full Article)
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Whether in medical technology, environmental protection/analysis, in the laboratory or process engineering, many applications are today unthinkable without the use of mechanically driven diaphragm... (View Full Article)
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New liquid dispensing pump technology that uses a solenoid rather than a dc motor precisely delivers fluids up to 20 times per second for accurate metering applications. The design of the pump also... (View Full Article)
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While a pump often is the heart of pollution equipment and devices that use pumps, clear guidelines highlighting key criteria for selecting an appropriate pump have been seriously lacking. For... (View Full Article)
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High quality and long life required from medical equipment are pushing advances in compressor and vacuum pump technology. Too often, standard products are purchased too late in the design process to... (View Full Article)
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It's the kind of scenario that makes engineers and medical device designers cringe. You've finished designing a $50,000 blood analyzer and, with 50 units in the field, you're already moving on to your... (View Full Article)
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Where gases with high moisture content must be evacuated during vacuum drying operations, condensate may collect in the vacuum pump head. Consequently, the pump may not perform properly and may take... (View Full Article)
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The demand for a reliable vacuum source has led to several different vacuum pump solutions. Many large industrial and academic labs traditionally use a centrally located house vacuum system. House... (View Full Article)
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To achieve the highest possible safety in service, pumps employed in the chemical industry must be gas-tight, chemically resistant and maintenance-free. To avoid unwelcome chemical reactions and to... (View Full Article)
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KNF's patented structured diaphragm has made it possible to significantly reduce the size for a given performance. Diaphragm pumps for compressing and evaluating gases can be classified by the type of... (View Full Article)
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Diaphragm pumps can be used for the transfer and dosing of liquids in many different applications. This article concentrates on fast running diaphragm liquid pumps. It describes the operating... (View Full Article)
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Chemical analysis, clinical diagnostics, pharmaceutics, process technology, are just a few examples of the many applications where small quantities of liquids need to be dispensed. Diaphragm pumps are... (View Full Article)