Dosing

Dosing

Function Overview

Dosing applications require delivery of a precise quantity of fluid. Applications include: ingredient dispense, point-of-use dispense, lubrication, sampling, additives, and sample preparation.

Dosing system design concerns include:

System complexity

Accuracy and repeatability

Ease of system integration

Chemical inertness and compatibility

Leaks or contaminant introduction

Formation of air bubbles

Power consumption

Micropump benefits for dosing applications:

Continuous, pulseless flow may eliminate the need for pulse dampening components<br> Experienced design team to help simplify your fluid system design

Suction shoe design that automatically compensates for wear<br> Low Inertia drive enables fast dynamic response

Compact size and standard interfaces to ease design integration<br> Experienced design team to help with your fluid system design

Standard wetted materials well suited for fluids often found in these applications; with options for extreme applications

Static seals and magnetic drives minimize the potential for contamination or leaks

Precision pumping elements provide pulseless, continuous flow that minimizes formation of bubbles from dissolved gases or cavitation<br> Experienced design team to help with your fluidics dosing system design

EagleDrive™ technology minimizes power consumption<br> Precision positive displacement components provide superior hydraulic efficiency

The Micropump Advantage

The unparalleled quality, performance record, reliability and long operating life of Micropump pumps and our extensive engineering expertise make Micropump a vital partner in this demanding market.

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