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Custom Flow Resistor Kit 0.8mm

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The Custom Flow Resistor Kit 0.8mm is the ideal solution when 0.8 mm OD flow resistors are required for use with the Mitos P-Pump. With the tools provided, flow resistors of the required length can be made to bring selected fluids into the correct flow rate range. The additional benefit of flow resistors is that they maximize the flow rate range of the Mitos P-Pump and prevent flow rate instability when using fluids of different viscosities. The kit contains high tolerance FEP tubing with 100µm microbore and the required fittings to connect into the droplet system
Product Custom Flow Resistor Kit 0.8mm
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