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Harvard Apparatus's New First of its Kind Constant Pressure Fluid Delivery Syringe Pump



6/5/2012 9:33:48 AM

June 05, 2012 -- Harvard Apparatus, the world leader in syringe pumps, has just released the NEW PHD ULTRA™ CP Syringe Pump. This pump is the first of its kind to infuse fluids under Constant Pressure by automatically adjusting the flow rate.

The PHD ULTRA™ CP will provide enhanced capabilities for many experiments and is ideal for a variety of Constant Pressure applications including:

• Organ perfusion studies requiring constant physiological conditions

• Ocular injections and perfusions

• Small animal whole-body perfusions

• Constant pressure microfluidic mixing

• Introduction of chemical reactants in a controlled manner

A Constant Pressure Syringe Pump Technology Advance, the PHD ULTRA™ CP couples to virtually any commercially available pressure transducer/amplifier with a 0-10V output to deliver fluids with an applied force of up to 1,000 lbs with <±2% pressure accuracy.

World-renowned for accuracy and reproducibility, all PHD ULTRA™ CP syringe pumps are infuse/withdraw models and are offered in a variety of configurations and force/pressure ratings to meet and exceed your research needs. For more information please go to www.harvardapparatus.com or contact the Harvard Apparatus Technical Support Department at techsupport@harvardapparatus.com or call (800)272-2775 to discuss your application.

Harvard Apparatus

84 October Hill Road

Holliston, Massachusetts 01746 USA

Toll Free: 800-272-2775

Phone: 508-893-8999

Fax: 508-429-5732

E-mail: bioscience@harvardapparatus.com

Web: www.harvardapparatus.com

Harvard Apparatus is a global developer, manufacturer and distributor of innovative and specialized products to enhance bioresearch. The PHD ULTRA™ CP will provide enhanced capabilities for many experiments and is ideal for a variety of Constant Pressure applications including:


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