The classic syringe pump is a microfluidic device that works on a discontinuous principle to deliver small accurate doses of fluids. The device employs its motor’s motion to move the leadscrew, which drives the piston present in the pump cylinder to draw a defined volume of fluid and dispenses it in the same channel using a dosing needle.
A classic syringe pump is a battery-powered pump that employs one or more syringes to administer accurate and precise amounts of fluids in high-impact research environments. This device is used in microfluidics for infusion and withdrawal of fluids.
ConductScience offers the Classic Syringe Pump.
A syringe pump is a device that is used to deliver precise amounts of fluids, including medications and solutions, over a specific period of time. It consists of a syringe, a motor, and a control system that allows the user to set the rate at which the fluid is delivered. The syringe pump is commonly used in hospitals and other healthcare settings to administer medications, fluids, and nutrients to patients, as well as in research laboratories for a variety of purposes. It is an important tool for accurately and safely delivering medications and fluids, and can be used in a variety of settings, including intensive care units, operating rooms, and ambulatory care settings.
ConductScience offers the Syringe Pump
$10,530.00 – $16,590.00
The MM-500 is designed to meet the diverse positioning needs of the scientific community for patch-clamp experiments, extracellular recording, microinjection, intracellular recording, and precision robotic positioning applications.