Stephanie Moreau

Stephanie Moreau - Author for Fluid Metering, Inc. Blog

A pipette dispensing liquid into a test tube with chemical structures overlaying the image

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Do I Have to Dispose of the First Few Drops for an Accurate Dispense Volume?

Discarding the first few drops when dispensing liquids is a practice grounded in achieving precision and accuracy. However, when working with expensive reagents, having to discard any amount of fluid can be very costly. One common question that...

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Choosing the Best Electrical Interface for Your Instrument and Understanding Stepper Motor Control

In the dynamic world of electronics and instrumentation, selecting the right electrical interface is crucial for optimal performance. Additionally,...

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A Guide to Low-Maintenance Microfluidic Pumps

Microfluidics, the science of manipulating fluids at the microscale, has revolutionized various fields, from medicine to chemistry and beyond. In...

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Navigating the Chemical Seas: Choosing a Pump That Can Handle Corrosive Chemicals

In the world of industrial applications, handling corrosive chemicals is a common challenge that demands careful consideration and the right...

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Close-up of a mechanical variable dispense pump with a black cylindrical part with a green tip, a transparent bracket, and colored wires

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Microliter Dispensing: Precision at a Small Scale

In the world of liquid handling and laboratory automation, the ability to dispense small volumes of liquids with utmost precision is of paramount...

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Close-up of a pump with a black motor and blue casing with attached electrical wires and clear plastic tubes connected to green connectors

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Understanding Pump Speed and Pressure

Depending on your application, you may require a pump that can work at high speeds and manage high pressure - and not all pumps function this way. If...

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