A syringe driver or syringe pump is a small infusion pump, used to gradually administer small amounts of fluid for use in chemical and biomedical research.Syringe pumps provide the most accurate delivery of fluids.
Laboratory Syringe pumps are useful in micro fluidic applications, such as micro reactor design and testing, and also in chemistry for slow incorporation of a fixed volume of fluid into a solution.
In enzyme kinetics syringe drivers can be used to observe rapid kinetics as part of a stopped flow apparatus . They are also sometimes used as laboratory media dispensers.
A motor driven (lead screw) slowly turns, moving the plunger of the syringe in, and pushing the fluid out (infuse). Reversing the direction of the motor moves the plunger back allowing you to fill the syringe (withdraw).
What is the viscosity of the liquid you are pumping? What are the pressure requirements of your experiment? Does the pump need to continuously infuse over a 24 hour period of time?Does the pump need to be programmable?Does the pump need to be controlled with a computer?Does the pump need to have TTL capabilities
• Works at pressures up to 3000 psi• Highest precision < 0.1%• Pulse free flow• Accurately dispense very small to largevolumes < ±0.5%• Easily sterilizable• Can dispense or withdraw• Many easily programmable dispensing profiles:gradients• 1 to 10 channels of operation
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