Wholesale Price High Precision Liquid Transfer Peristaltic Pump
High Precision Liquid Transfer Peristaltic Pumps have been used in industry for many years. The original design of the hose pump can even be traced back to more than half a century ago. Hose pumps were first used by firefighters in the U.S. state of Connecticut to transport lime slurry.
There is no strict distinction between hose pumps and peristaltic pumps. In general, the peristaltic pump refers to the small flow rate (in ml / min), low outlet pressure (no more than 3kg / cm²), mostly used in the health field and laboratory metering.
While the hose pump refers to the high flow rate (up to 80 lm / h), high output pressure (up to 16kg / cm²), mostly used in industrial settings, high flow rate and metering.
Hose pump designers and users of the primary focus is its ability to transport strong abrasive media. It has no valve, no seal, the only part in contact with the medium is the inner cavity of the rubber hose, the rotor of the compressed hose is completely independent of the medium.