KNF USA 2013-2014 Upcoming Exhibits
Call 609-890-8600 for more information
Javitz CC, NYC - Booth #747
December 10-12, 2013
Society for Laboratory Automation & Screening
San Diego, CA - Booth #548
January 19-21, 2014
March 3-6, 2014
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KNF's N950.50 Lightweight Pump Achieves Fast Evacuation and Deep Vacuum for Air and Gases
55 LPM in a 14 lb (6.5 kg), 29Lx12Hx19W cm package.
KNF model N950.50 multi-headed diaphragm vacuum pumps introduce the capability to simultaneously achieve high flow rates and deep vacuums for the quick and automatic transfer or evacuation of air and gases. Their specification can significantly reducesystem size, weight, and cost while improving pumping performance.
These compact and lightweight pumps can realize maximum flow rates up to 50 l/m and maximumvacuum <2 mbar abs for applications in industries where vacuum conditions may be required for various procedures and processes. A liquid-tolerant pump design mitigates any potentially adverse effects from handling condensable media.
The pumps can be powered either with a brushless DC motor or a worldwide motor with range of 100-240 V / 50-60 Hz.
KNF's NF1.5 Miniature Liquid Pump
Helps Reduce Instrument Size using 145 PSI
60mL/min. extremely small (1.5 in. x 1.5 in. x 1.25 in.) pump package.
The new KNF “Type NF1.5” micro diaphragm pump offers a high-pressure solution for reliably dosing or transferring liquids or liquid-gas mixtures. This can achieve flow rates up to 60 ml/min, self-prime to 9 in. Hg suction, and operate against pressures up to 87 PSI both intermittently and continuously over the entire lifetime of the pump.
The pump also is available upon request with continuous 145 PSIG pressure ratings, which is unprecedented for such a small device, providing for use of smaller tubing to reduce reagent volumes. Typical OEM applications include medical devices, fuel cells, inkjet printers, semiconductor operations, cleaning and disinfection devices, and water treatment systems, among many others.