When you need to deliver liquid in a steady and smooth flow, you need the Vapourtec SF-10 peristaltic laboratory pump.
Intended for general laboratory use, the SF-10 is a highly chemically resistant peristaltic laboratory pump capable of delivering smooth flow at up to 10 bar pressure. Operating modes covered include; constant flow rate, ramping flow rate, volume dosing, pressure controller and gas delivery.
The versatility of the SF-10 laboratory pump has opened up a host of uses including precise reagent delivery into batch reactors, control of gas delivery for small scale batch reactions or degassing operations, chemical sampling from batch reactors, controlled delivery of reagents for thin film evaporation or spray drying processes and precise back pressure control for liquid, liquid-gas or liquid-light slurry systems.
The self priming SF-10 laboratory pump delivers a high level of chemical compatibility in flow rates ranging from 0.02 mL/min to 10 mL/min.
The innovative design has created an extremely versatile product enabling the pumping of media ranging from light slurries to gases and offering smooth output flow in combination with pressures up to 10 bar.
What makes the Vapourtec SF-10 different from standard peristaltic pumps?
A standard peristaltic pump runs at a steady rotational speed whereas the SF-10 does not. The exact rotational speed profile is complex and is a patented function of the flow rate, rotor position and pressure. The result of this advanced development is total simplicity for the user.
The innovative SF-10 is a highly chemically resistant pump capable of:
Smooth flow up to 10 bar pressure
Flow rates between 0.02 mL/min and 10 mL/min
Pumping light slurries
Operation as a pressure controller Including:
Pressure measurement and indication, user selectable over pressure trip, self priming function.
The pump is intended for general laboratory use with applications in the following areas:
Precise reagent delivery into batch reactors
Running gradients through normal phase columns
Control of gas delivery for batch reactions or degassing operations
Precise back pressure control in either liquid, liquid-gas or liquid-light slurry systems
Chemical sampling from batch reactors (e.g. for flow NMR analytics)
Controlled delivery of reagents for thin film evaporation or spray drying processes
Delivery of reagents or wash phases for continuous extraction processes
Precise delivery of reagents for continuous synthesis or continuous crystallisations