What Is a Syringe Pump?
A syringe pump is made up of a precision linear drive for aspirating and dispensing discrete volumes of fluid or gas by actuating a syringe. In most cases, there is also a rotary valve driver that can actuate a valve to direct flow through specific ports for aspirate and dispense.
In the OEM marketplace, custom-designed tubing and fitting assemblies are critical for a variety of applications and industries. So, let’s take a closer look at what tubing fittings are, the different types of fittings, common applications for each, and tipping methods performed on these tubing assemblies.
Selecting the appropriate material for your application is critical for successful product realization. Chemical compatibility, physical properties, and processing techniques can differ significantly depending on the selection. So, let’s take a look at the differences between common plastic tubing materials for precision fluidics and when to use each.