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Deliver Precision Fluid Control for Medical Instruments

Mar 24, 2020 4:39:19 PM / by Fluid Metering

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.

Regardless of your medical application, Fluid Metering Inc., understands the importance of precision every time. Our innovative, patented “No-Valve” design means there’s only one moving part in the fluid path, so problems or errors caused by leaky or clogged valves are eliminated. Internal components are made from dimensionally stable, sapphire-hard ceramics.  When it comes to precision, accuracy, and reliability, Fluid Metering has the right products and designs for critical fluid control applications. When a unique pump is needed, Fluid Metering has the ability to get you what you need from high performance to accuracy to long-term reliability.

Over 55 years ago, Fluid Metering began offering pumps and dispensers which were valveless rotating and reciprocating piston metering pumps. Over the years, our products have evolved to meet the ever changing needs of the medical field. What remains the same is our commitment to accuracy, precision, and durability.

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If your medical instrumentation design requires precision fluid control down to the microliter range, FMI’s miniature OEM metering pumps and dispensers offer displacement of 0 to 1280 microliters per revolution with continuous flow rates up to 4 L/min, 1.8° stepper motors with opto sensors, and 0.5% precision without recalibration for over millions of cycles. We have many standard OEM models available, as well as design capabilities for custom requirements.

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