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Dolomite Presents New Range of Piezoelectric Pumps
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Dolomite Presents New Range of Piezoelectric Pumps

Dolomite Presents New Range of Piezoelectric Pumps
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Dolomite Presents New Range of Piezoelectric Pumps


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Dolomite has launched a new range of self-priming Stainless Steel Piezoelectric Pumps providing a flexible solution for handling of small volumes of fluid within microfluidic systems.

Available with and without tube barbs the low power miniature pumps (~7.5mW) benefit a wide range of industries and applications including consumer electronics, medical instruments, fuel cells and microfluidic experimentations.

Fabricated from layers of bonded stainless steel foils, the Piezoelectric Pumps offer excellent chemical compatibility and are particularly suited to being supplied in high volume providing a very cost-effective solution for disposable devices.

Extremely small in size and lightweight (<1g), they are also ideal for easy integration into experimental set-ups and can be used in portable microfluidic devices.

Together with Dolomite’s Stainless Steel Piezoelectric Pump Control Board (Part No. 3200313) the compact microfluidic pumps can be controlled and powered through a USB input facilitating instrument development as well as offering increased user flexibility.

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