The Lee Company


Ultra Miniature 2-Port HDI Solenoid Valve
The Lee Company continues to redefine miniature fluidics with the introduction of an even more compact High Density Interface (HDI) solenoid valve. Now available in magnetically latched and non- latched designs, this 2-port normally closed valve is exceptionally small in size, light weight, and offers consistent performance throughout its life. Both designs are offered in plug-in and face mount styles. In today’s culture, the persistent demand for reliable and innovative products compels companies to integrate new and more advanced technology into smaller packages. Our ultra miniature 2-port normally closed solenoid valve offers similar performance characteristics to our traditional 3-port HDI design, but in a smaller package.

Miniature Stepper Dispense Pump Designed for Flexibility and Cost Savings
After 20 years of experience designing and manufacturing dispense pumps for in vitro diagnostics and scientific instrument applications, The Lee Company is pleased to offer its most cost effective design yet. The new LPD Series variable displacement pump meets the demands of modern day applications: consistent performance and significant cost savings in a compact lightweight package. Designed to be completely maintenance free, this miniature, chemically inert pump is readily available in 50, 250, 1,000 and 3,000 microliter full dispense volumes. Standard performance models meet the demands of most applications, while high performance models are available for the most demanding applications. The LPD Series Pump can be customized for a variety of performance characteristics, feedback options and port head materials. Contact your local Lee Sales Engineer today for additional information.

LPM Inert Solenoid Pump
The Lee Company’s new LPM Series Inert Solenoid Pump was designed to offer greater design flexibility and significant cost savings to the medical and scientific industries. The LPM pump features a revolutionary port head design that allows tubing connections and manifold mounting. This enables the designer to test the fluidic system using connections to soft 1/16” tubing, and then once the system design has been finalized, the same pump can be manifold mounted using standard O-rings.

Available in standard 10 μL and 25 μL models, the pump features low power consumption and a contoured end cap which provides secondary connector retention and is compatible with standard AMP connectors.

For over 65 years, The Lee Company has pioneered the development of miniature fluid control components for aerospace hydraulic and fuel systems, automated liquid handling in medical and scientific instrumentation, medical disposable applications, down-hole oil tools,machine tools, inkjet printing, and other industries worldwide. Products include miniature solenoid valves, high-speed micro-dispense valves, nozzles, dispense pumps, custom manifold systems, inert tubing, Lee Plugs, check valves, shuttle valves, pressure relief valves, directional flow controls, safety screens, flow restrictors and associated fluid handling components.

Lee’s unique capabilities in miniaturization and engineering expertise (one of every eight employees is a graduate engineer) keep the company at the forefront of fluid flow technology, and enable it to work effectively with customers to solve difficult fluid control problems. The Lee Company employs over 1,000 people at its Technical Centers in Westbrook and Essex, Connecticut where all engineering and manufacturing is performed. Lee Company sales offices, staffed by degreed sales engineers, are located throughout the United States and Europe, and the Company’s distribution network spans the entire globe.

The Lee Company
2 Pettipaug Road, P.O. Box 424
Westbrook, CT 06498
Phone: 860.399.6281
Toll Free: 800.533.7584
Fax: 860.399.2270

DeviceTalks West: Expertise you need to know

textadimage Medical device suppliers are light years away from the days when they merely filled orders to spec for medtech OEMs – as a visit to the upcoming DeviceTalks West will quickly confirm.

From incorporating steerability into catheters to getting validation and testing done right, the companies serving the medical device industry have become specialized experts in their own right.

Read on to discover five example of medical device expertise to be had at DeviceTalks West, which runs Dec. 11–12 in Orange County, Calif.

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