Fluid Metering announced earlier this year that it is introducing the (patent pending) FVD series of variable dispense pumps.
Syosset, N.Y.-based Fluid Metering’s variable dispense pump with a compact, low-profile design addresses the requirements of microfluidics while doubling the lifecycle of current technology available on the market, according to a news release.
The platform combines priming or washing with a precise dispensing pump. The patented CeramPump uses a single, dimensionally stable and chemically inert ceramic “valveless” piston liner to offer precise fluid control. The series of pumps automatically adjusts to a small dispense volume, too, with a range from liters to milliliters to microleters, offering accommodations to the desired dispense or flows for any application.
“We are excited about the market-changing capabilities that the launch of the variable dispense pump will bring to the life sciences market,” Fluid Metering VP of commercial operations Robert Morin said in the release. This innovative design has been through our most rigorous verification and validation process, with a test fleet of sixty units that have been through millions of flawless cycles. The FVD will help engineers simplify their fluidic architecture and improve instrument reliability.”