When it comes to selecting the correct pump for your application, there are several factors that need to be considered, one of which is the viscosity of the fluid. In this post, we'll discuss why viscosity is an important variable and how to optimize a pump for your fluid. Here's a look:
Frequent jams, busted pistons, blown seals and material degradation are all things to be avoided with any pump you purchase. But if you fail to ensure your pump is crafted from the right materials based on the chemicals and fluids it's intended to work with, that's exactly what might happen, halting productivity and incurring additional expenses. In this post, we'll take a closer look at just why pump materials are so important.
The next generation of pumping technology is here in the FVD Series Variable Dispense Pump from Fluid Metering, Inc.
Fluid Metering, Inc. is passionate about partnering with organizations that help members of our home community. This past year, we were excited and proud to support the John Theissen Children's Foundation.
"One Pump Does it All" Rinse – Aspirate – Sample – Dispense – Dilute
FMI CeramPump® technology is the solution to a wide variety of fluid control requirements including aspirating, dispensing, continuous metering, or a combination of all.
When it comes to original equipment manufacturing (OEM), Fluid Metering, Inc. has the right capabilities and products for the medical industry. Our wide range of products can help deliver precise amounts for dispensing, aspirating, rinsing, and mixing systems. They are also frequently used for syringe pump replacement for incorporating in medical equipment designs for dialysis, diagnostic, and clinical chemistry.
At Fluid Metering, Inc., our valveless, ceramic metering pumps have proven to be reliable, useful pieces of machinery that are effective across a wide range of industries. For applications that need a precise dose, over millions of repeating cycles, without regular need for repair or recalibration, the best choice available are our valveless ceramic metering pumps.
Most people know that plants are grown in soil to take full advantage of the nutrients available. In some climates this is not possible, so alternative farming methods had to be created. Hydroponics is a method of growing plants in a water based, nutrient rich solution that does not use soil. Instead the root system is supported using an inert medium such as perlite, rockwool, clay pellets, peat moss or vermiculite. A constant flow of water must be delivered to the roots in this system and pumps are needed to accomplish this.