Peristaltic pumps are an important part of various laboratory or industrial processes. Peristaltic pumps, due to their unique structure and mechanism of action, are adapted to carry liquids of various origins. The pump motor rotates rollers that compress and release fluid-filled hoses and the compression creates a vacuum that draws the liquid inside the hose.
A peristaltic pump is worth choosing for many reasons. First of all, the liquid only comes into contact with the hoses, resulting in an easy-to-clean and maintain pump system without any contamination. Peristaltic pumps are also suitable for high viscosity fluids, and due to their gentle suction function, the peristaltic pump is an ideal choice for living cells, high proteins, suspensions, and other high-performance fluids. COLE-PARMER Masterflex® line of peristaltic pumps are specially designed by experts to meet all your laboratory needs.