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bottling peristaltic pump equipment

  • Model TP 1000 Series - Bottling Peristaltic Pump

    The TP 1000 V is designed as an exact dose, extremely precise metering or bottling peristaltic pump. The TP 1000 V can be operated in a semiautomatic mode or be fully integrated through the RS232 as an automatic filling or metering machine. With a flow rate range of .38 ml to .177 ml per minute, depending on tubing and rotor assembly selection, ...

    By Randolph Austin Company based in Manchaca, TEXAS (USA). from Peristaltic Pumps Product line

  • Global Water Composite/Discrete Water Sampler

    This composite/discrete sampler allows you to control sample size and take either individual, time-weighted composite samples or full-bottle discrete grab samples in a two-gallon sample bottle. You can set the time between individual composite samples or use the external trigger mode for flow-proportional sampling. Use the start delay timer to ...

    By Forestry Suppliers, Inc. based in Jackson, MISSISSIPPI (USA).

  • ORI - Model Basic Ex 1 - Solid Stationary Sampler

    The Stationary sampler is made of durable high quality stainless steel (AISI 304 optional AISI 316 Ti) for use in ATEX Zone 1 and 2 environments. The sampler has optional integrated cooling and heating and a choice of either a peristaltic or vacuum membrane pump system, dosing slide, ball valve or scoop technic. The sampler offers time, volume, ...

    By ORI Abwassertechnik GmbH & Co. KG based in Hille, GERMANY. from Sampling - Stationary Sampling Product line

  • Solinst - Model 410 - Peristaltic Pump

    Designed for field use, the reversible flow Peristaltic Pump from Solinst is ideal for vapor sampling or water sampling from shallow wells and surface water. It can be used for vacuum pumping and for pressure delivery of liquids or gases.

    By Solinst Canada Ltd. based in Georgetown, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Groundwater Samplers Product line

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