February 22, 2017
Teledyne ISCO today announced the release of the Demi 2510S, a continuous flow syringe pump which boasts a small footprint and active valves. The Demi maintains the same standard of quality and reliability as Teledyne ISCO’s current syringe pump offerings.
The Demi 2510S was built for users seeking to upgrade to a continuous flow syringe pump as an alternative to the pulsing flow of a reciprocating pump. It occupies a footprint only slightly larger than a sheet of paper. This is especially beneficial for laboratories that need to capitalize on limited bench space. The Demi is accurate (± 1.0%) and features dependable flow rates up to 10 mL/min at 173.5 BAR (2,500 psi). As a result, a flow meter is no longer required. Additionally, the pump features active valves in order to help prevent costly check valve leaks and reduce maintenance times. Customers can choose between four models, each with different power and connection options, to best suit their application needs.
“We are excited about the addition of the Demi syringe pump to our product offerings. Together with the recently released ReaXus 6010R reciprocating pump, we are now able to provide customers with a broad range of pumping solutions,” says Nick Daddabbo, Product Line Manager. “Teledyne ISCO is known for its technological advancements and high quality products. The new Demi syringe pump delivers these values in a small package that is unmatched in the market. If your application requires accurate flow, our pumps are the solution.”
For more information on the Demi 2510S Continuous Flow Syringe Pump, contact Teledyne ISCO Customer Service at 1-800-228-4373 or visit www.teledyneisco.com.
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About Teledyne ISCO
Teledyne ISCO is a leading manufacturer of innovative products designed to increase productivity while improving the quality of life on our planet. Our standard and customized products are used across multiple sectors including: water and wastewater, pharmaceutical, academia, oil exploration and reactant feed.